Battlefield 2042 will be released in a few more days, since on November 19 it will arrive on PC and Consoles, and also those who have already pre-ordered it will be able to start battling from next November 12, in just ten days, but they will not be the only ones.
For some time Electronic Arts mentioned that Battlefield 2042 could be tested through EA Play, a subscription system that is on both PC and Consoles, and very recently confirmed that those who have this subscription will be able to enter the action from next November 12.
What for those who have Xbox Game Pass Ultimate or on PC, will be great news, since these two subscriptions have EA Play inside them, so like direct users of the Electronic Arts subscription, they will have access to Battlefield 2042 in advance.
However, this does not mean that they will get the game without limits through the subscription system, since the new EA and DICE war game can only be played for 10 hours through EA Play, however, if you are interested in get it, but not pay full price, you can, on PC only, purchase the EA Play PRO subscription, which will give you unlimited access (as long as the subscription is active) to Battlefield 2042.
In summary, those who own Xbox Game Pass Ultimate (on consoles), Xbox Game Pass for PC and/or EA Play (on PC or consoles), will be able to enjoy Battlefield 2042, with all its launch features, maps, weapons and specialists for a maximum of 10 hours on November 12.
Battlefield 2042 will be released on November 19 and will reach the Playstation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and PC platforms.