With the release of Battlefield 2042 less than three weeks away, more info has surfaced once again, and this time, it’s the Battlefield 2042 & BF Portal server locations! If you’re wondering which data centers will be available that you’ll connect to (based on your region or your chosen server), then the guessing is over — at least for now.
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Once again datmined by ace Battlefield dataminer temporyal, the Battlefield 2042 server locations are a total of nine, though EA can quickly add more if they wish to. Also of note, the mention of a “Battlefield Premium Currency” (referred to by members of the BF community as “Boins” for Battlefield Coins) has been spotted as well, which should surprise no one given that there will be a Battle Pass. This premium currency can be used by players to purchase cosmetic items, XP boosters, and for the Battle Pass (which I presume will be tier skips like in Call of Duty).
Random #Battlefield 2042 Beta Client Notes:
🪙 BF Premium Currency:
"You can use Premium Currency to purchase cosmetics, XP Boosters and the Battle Pass."
Portal Server Location Filter:
🇺🇸 US West
🇺🇸 US East
🇦🇺 Sydney pic.twitter.com/ljjtLDtjfL
— temporyal (@temporyal) October 31, 2021
Speaking of servers, temporyal has also unearthed a host of server settings players can tweak in Battlefield Portal! This isn’t the final list, and doesn’t cover the stuff in the logic editor, which players will be able to tinker with.
Here is an infographic with a small selection of interesting server settings for #Battlefield Portal.
⚠️ Note: This is not a final list and does not cover extended customization provided by the logic editor.
This took me quite some time to put together. I hope it's worth it 👍 pic.twitter.com/Rz9uMf3qWC
— temporyal (@temporyal) October 26, 2021
Are you happy with the Battlefield 2042 server locations or is it a bit worrying for some of you? Let us know your thoughts down in the comments below. While we got a new gameplay trailer for Battlefield 2042 last week, we are expecting more info to be revealed this week given we’re close to the game’s launch.
Battlefield 2042 will be released on November 19 on the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC, with early access starting on November 12.
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