Battlefield 2042 will be having its open beta this week, and there’s no better way to prepare for the occasion than with the WD_BLACK SN750 SE ‘Special Edition’ SSD. It’s themed after Battlefield 2042 for the ultimate Battlefield franchise fan.
Though, really, the SSD isn’t a great idea because of the Battlefield 2042 label on it. Rather, it’s a great idea because it comes with good read and write speeds, and it comes with a free code for the game. And if you end up with the game as a pre-order before the launch of the beta, you get early access.
It’s also confirmed that you get access to existing pre-order benefits with the code that comes with this drive. And that includes early access to the beta. Just a recap, the open beta early access starts in two days (October 6-7). While the beta opens up for anyone else October 8-9.
The WD_BLACK SN750 SE NVMe SSD Battlefield 2042 Bundle comes in two sizes
If you have a PC with an extra slot for an additional SSD, consider this one. Not only do you get a code for Battlefield 2042, but you get more storage. Which is never a bad thing.
The drive comes in two different storage sizes. Which includes a 500GB and a 1TB model. Both models are also currently on sale on Amazon. With prices down by $25 and $20. Normally, the 500GB model retails for $115, but you can currently pick it up for $90.
Meanwhile the $180 1TB model is currently on sale for $160. Those are pretty decent deals if you’re looking to score some extra storage space for your gaming rig. It’s also a good addition for anyone that has an older drive and has been thinking about an upgrade.
Western Digital is selling the drive directly through its own web store, but you can also get it from Amazon and other retailers too. Such as Best Buy. As for regional availability, it’s available in the US, Canada, and most of Europe. Though it won’t necessarily be available at the same price equivalents in each region.
Another thing worth keeping in mind is that you will only get early access to the beta if you get the drive on time. As the code is physically inside the box and you need to redeem it.