The gaming world is jumping with excitement because the EA and DICE plan to release the first exclusive beta for “Battlefield 4” on Tuesday. However, according to a September 30 report from Videogamer.com, PC gamers using a 32-bit operating systems will reportedly be left out in the cold, so to speak.
Videogamer.com reports that the “Battlefield 4” beta that is set to be released on October 1 will only run on PCs with a 64-bit OS. This means that any PC gamer still running a 32-bit OS will have to wait until the full game is launch later this month to play.
The exclusive BF4 beta is set to lunch at midnight on October 1 for gamers who have pre-ordered BF4, are “Battlefield 3” premium members, or are registered owners of “Medal of Honor: Warfighter” limited edition or digital deluxe edition.
A second open beta will be will reportedly be available to everyone on October 4.
“Battlefield 4” is set to hit store shelves on October 29. There is still time to pre-order your copy on Battlefield.com.
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