Battlefield 2042 Released

Electronic Arts announces the official release of Battlefield 2042, the latest installment in the long-running military shooter series. PC gamers looking to reenlist can pick up a copy of the Windows edition through Origin, the Epic Games Store, or Steam. If you're interested in some basic training, there's a Beginner’s Guide on the Epic Games Store. The release is covered in this blog post which makes it clear this was not a "when it's done" release, as it outlines plans for two updates over the next 30 days to address issues that remain outstanding following Early Access. Here's a bit on the launch:
Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ:EA) has launched the highly-anticipated first-person shooter, Battlefield™ 2042. Powered by groundbreaking technology through the use of the Frostbite game engine, Battlefield 2042 features up to 128 player matches on the latest consoles* and PCs. The game introduces epic maps, a dynamic world and signals a return to modern settings which opens up the immersive sandbox gameplay through vehicles, weapons and more. Battlefield 2042 has been hailed by EGM as a “true evolution” for the series, IGN lauded the game’s “impressively huge and gorgeously detailed maps,” while Game Informer described the title as “an easy recommendation.”

Battlefield 2042 places players in a near-future, all-out war experience where resources are limited and the world powers of the United States and Russia are in conflict, while refugees from collapsed nations known as the Non-Patriated (“No-Pats”) struggle for survival. The game features the franchise’s signature Levolution, as well as dynamic storms and environmental hazards, that create an added layer of action that alters the battlefield and tactical combat.