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How Many GB Is Battlefield 2042?

How Much Disk Space Does Battlefield 2042 Take Up?

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Modern games tend to take up a lot of disk space, so before playing the latest Battlefield game you will want to know: how many GB is Battlefield 2042?

Battlefield 2042 is the next upcoming multiplayer shooter from DICE, set in the near future of a world riven by humanitarian crisis and war. Unlike previous entries in the series, this latest game will be multiplayer only, though it will have an ongoing narrative behind the competitive online gunplay.

If you want to get early access to Battlefield 2042, have a look at our Battlefield 2042 Beta page for all you need to know about getting a Battlefield 2042 Beta key.

Read below to find out what disk space is needed to download Battlefield 2042.



What Is Battlefield 2042 Download Size?

The Battlefield 2042 download size is 50GB for PC, PlayStation and Xbox.

This is only the initial download size however – it is likely that a Battlefield 2042 day one patch will also appear on the day of the game’s release, which will add further disk space requirements.

If you want to be on the safe side and make sure you have enough of the required disk space for Battlefield 2042, we would suggest leaving at least 75GB free, even if you don’t end up using it all – you wouldn’t want to miss out on the fun would you now!

Can My PC Run Battlefield 2042?

If you want to check out the other system requirements for Battlefield 2042 besides the necessary disk space, have a look at our Battlefield 2042 System Requirements page for a full rundown of what PC you will need to play the game on your chosen graphical settings.

Where To Buy Battlefield 2042

Eneba is often the first place we suggest people look for cheap games, both for early access, pre-order, and following their release.

If you can’t find a copy of Battlefield 2042 here, have a look on Amazon for some good deals.

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