Battlefield 2042 closed alpha for PlayStation 5 has surfaced online, revealing the file size of the client. According to the data, the alpha file is around 38 GB
Battlefield 2042 is one of the most anticipated games of this year which is not surprising at all after that spectacular reveal and gameplay trailer earlier this year. EA already stated that they plan to host plenty of tests before the official launch and one of these tests is a closed alpha that will be available to a small number of playtesters.
However, while not confirmed by EA, we also expect at least one closed alpha test where a larger number of players will get to take part, similar to how EA did with Battlefield V. As already mentioned, this is not officially confirmed so don't get excited just yet.
Anyway, the Battlefield 2042 alpha for playtesters has surfaced on Prosperopatches under the name Loremipsum31. The file size is around 38 GB and the version has been uploaded to PlayStation servers early this week - July 6, 2021.
This, of course, does not mean much for us mere mortals who have to wait a bit longer to try the game but on the other hand, it gives us a bit of info regarding the next alpha file size. 40 GB certainly is not much given the scope of the maps in Battlefield 2042, which will be bigger than ever before.
You can check out the Battlefield 2042 alpha listing on Prosperopatches.