Ray Tracing Coming Soon To Battlefield 2042 With NVIDIA DLSS and Reflex - Check Out The New PC Trailer

Early Access for Battlefield 2042 starts November 12th, and thanks to our partnership with EA and DICE, it’s loaded with PC-exclusive NVIDIA enhancements that’ll improve your experience. Only a GeForce RTX graphics card, desktop or laptop will deliver the definitive Battlefield 2042 PC experience. Accelerate performance with the critically acclaimed NVIDIA DLSS, enhance image quality with ray-traced ambient occlusion, and optimize system latency with NVIDIA Reflex. And through GeForce Experience you can download and install our Battlefield 2042 Game Ready Driver with just a few clicks.

Learn more about each feature below, but before you do, check out the brand new Battlefield 2042 PC Tech Trailer for an explosive overview:


Battlefield 2042: Enhanced With Ray-Tracing, Only On PC

Ray tracing refines graphics, creating more realistic scenes that help immerse you in the action. In Battlefield 2042, EA and DICE are introducing Ray-Traced Ambient Occlusion, which accurately adds shadows where game elements occlude light. Be that between a soldier and a wall, a tank and the tarmac, or foliage and the ground.

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Ray-Traced Ambient Occlusion (RTAO), requires a Microsoft DirectX Raytracing (DXR) capable graphics card or laptop GPU, and runs best on GeForce RTX thanks to our dedicated RT Cores that accelerate ray tracing workloads.

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To enjoy Battlefield 2042 with the increased image quality that RTAO offers, raise your setup’s level with a GeForce RTX graphics card, desktop, or laptop.

Boost Battlefield 2042 Performance With NVIDIA DLSS

NVIDIA DLSS delivers significantly faster performance in over 120 games and apps. It’s powered by our groundbreaking AI rendering technology and the dedicated Tensor Core AI processors found exclusively on GeForce RTX GPUs.

In Battlefield 2042, you can use NVIDIA DLSS from day one to get the definitive experience, with maxed out graphics, high frame rates, and uncompromised image quality. Check back soon for performance charts and more.

Get The Competitive Edge In Battlefield 2042 With NVIDIA Reflex

Game controls feel good when they’re responsive; you press the button, the action occurs immediately. When they’re unresponsive, gameplay feels laggy, aiming is harder, and you’re more likely to lose battles. With NVIDIA Reflex, we can greatly reduce system latency, one of the main culprits behind unresponsive gameplay.

In two dozen games Reflex reduces system latency, and when Battlefield 2042 launches you can enable it with just a few clicks on several generations of GeForce GPUs. Be sure to use it for a more responsive experience that may give you the competitive edge.

Get Game Ready For Battlefield 2042 Early Access By Installing Our Latest Driver

If you buy the Gold or Ultimate editions of Battlefield 2042*, or are an EA Play Pro member**, you’re eligible for Early Access, allowing you to start playing a week early on November 12th.

For optimum performance during the Early Access period, we recommend installing our latest GeForce Game Ready Driver, and then upgrading to our Battlefield 2042 GeForce Game Ready Driver that launches shortly before the game’s general release on November 19th. To quickly and easily install both, use GeForce Experience, which will notify you whenever a new driver’s released.


Battlefield 2042: Get The Definitive Experience On GeForce RTX Systems

Going to war on PC allows you to enjoy higher detail levels, uncapped frame rates, and gameplay enhanced by variable refresh rate G-SYNC monitors, TVs and displays. And playing Battlefield 2042 on a GeForce RTX system gives you the definitive experience, enhanced with ray tracing, NVIDIA DLSS, NVIDIA Reflex,

Get the Game Ready Driver, and prepare to experience Battlefield 2042 at its best with RTXON.

*Conditions and Restrictions apply. See https://www.ea.com/en-gb/games/battlefield/battlefield-2042/disclaimers for details.