Battlefield 2042 and Western Digital Partner for SSD Bundle

Battlefield 2042 and Western Digital Partner for SSD Bundle

Battlefield 2042 and Western Digital Partner for SSD Bundle

Battlefield, 2042The launch of’s, is fast approaching, and its stunning visuals are prompting PC gamers to reevaluate the current state of their rigs. Electronic Arts and Western Digital hope so. They announced a partnership to create a unique SSD bundle that both companies brand. Battlefield 2042. Pre-order a WD_Black SN750SE NVMe SSD Battlefield 242 PC Game Code Bundle.Battlefield 2042With a Western Digital SSD.

The Battlefield2042 promotion features two sizes of the WD_Black SN750SE NVMe SSDs. There are options for 500GB and 1TB. Each SSD will have unique Battlefield 2042 branding and a digital code to the standard edition of Battlefield 2042. For those concerned about missing out on Battlefield2042 open beta early access and other rewards, pre-order codes can be obtained through this promotion.

Western Digital claims that PC gamers can get an internal SSD to improve Battlefield 2042’s performance. This includes loading times when you start new levels. According to whether it is a Western Digital 500GB or 1TB model, the SSD offers sequential read speeds up to 3,600MB/s and sequential write speeds up to 2,830MB/s. Random read speeds are at 360K and 525K, respectively, while random write speeds are at 480Kor 640K, depending on whether the SSD is a Western Digital 500GB or 1TB model.

The prices for both SSDs are $114.99 for 500GB models and $179.99 per TB model. However, if purchasing through the Western Digital storefront, both SSDs are currently discounted, so they’re $94.99 and $139.99, respectively. The same SSD is available in non-bundled versions on Western Digital’s website at $74.99 and $129.99. It’s a substantial discount when you consider Battlefield2042‘s $59.99 price for a standard SSD edition on a PC.

 

If you are a gamer considering using your PC code to Battlefield 2042 and then using the SSD on PS5, please note that the cards’ speeds don’t meet Sony’s minimum requirements. Although the WD_Black SN750SE NVMe SSD is affordable for PC gamers looking to upgrade from a mechanical hard disk, it is not cutting-edge. However, it does come at a very affordable price.

It is unclear how limited the promotion by Electronic Arts and Western Digital for the WD_Black SN750SE NVMe SSD Battlefield 2104 PC Game Code Bundle is. It could be extended beyond launch, or it could close quickly. It’s a great chance to get a 500GB or a 1TB SSD for those planning to purchase Battlefield 2042.

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