DICE have explained that the long awaited Battlefield 2042 title will include the use of bots so that servers are always full.
DICE has recently spoke out about how the inclusion of bots in the title will improve players experiences as they will help to keep matches full, fans have already voiced their concerns on the inclusion of Al fighters in Battlefield 2042 although the devs have informed fans that they will simply keep the game moving smoothly.
DICE spoke out over on EA’s website giving eager fans all the details on how the bots with slot in and work in Battlefield 2042.
The title will support matches running at a 128 player capacity across platforms such as Playstation 5, Xbox Series X/S and PC, however players using Xbox One and Playstation 4 will be able to battle it out in matches of up to only 64 players.
Players waiting on the titles release have been quick to share their concerns, with many worried that servers may fill up too quickly as it will be a brand new release running across next-gen consoles.
This is where the bots will come in to smooth over the running of the game, “Also new is the introduction of AI Soldiers (Artificial Intelligence) to the series. As a multiplayer-only experience, it’s important for us to let you play Battlefield 2042 when and how you want. Here is what that looks like in the All-Out Warfare experience of Conquest and Breakthrough:”
- “Multiplayer – AI soldiers are used for server-filling capabilities, ensuring your matches remain full, no matter your location.
- Co-Op – Allows you to play together with friends, against AI soldiers.
- Solo – If you wish to perfect your skills for multiplayer, you can even play alone against AI soldiers.”
This means the bots will be present in multiplayer as well as co-op and solo experiences, so if you want to put your skills to the test before battling it out, you can drop into matches solo or with friends and taking on packs of Al soldiers.
Battlefield launches later this year on October 22nd on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One and PC.
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