Battlefield 2042 has been officially unveiled, along with the surprising news that the game is going to be a multiplayer-only experience. But though there is no single player campaign this time, DICE is promising the series’ most ambitious online experience yet. Breakthrough and Conquest are returning, while a new mode called Hazard Zone has also been confirmed. In addition to that, the game is also going to have an additional, as-of-yet-undisclosed mode.
This mode is being developed by the Vince Zampella-led DICE LA, who were confirmed to be working on Battlefield earlier this year. In a press release, EA teased this multiplayer experience, described the mode as “another exciting new game-type for the franchise” and “a love letter to Battlefield fans and one that long-time players will feel right at home with.” It will be unveiled at EA Play Live on July 22.
Battlefield 2042 is out for PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, Xbox One, and PC. It’s been confirmed that it will cost $70 on PS5 and Xbox Series X/S.
Video Game News, Reviews, Walkthroughs And Guides | GamingBolt
- Battlefield 2042 co-developer DICE LA is now Ripple Effect, and it’s making something new
- Battlefield 2042’s DICE LA renamed to Ripple Effect – and it’s hiring for a new project
- DICE LA Rebrands While Working On Battlefield 2042, New Project Also In Development
- In city-builder Dice Legacy, your dice eat, drink, and have sex on a medieval ringworld
- Watch EA Play Live Spotlight’s Future of FPS panel here for Battlefield 2042 and Apex Legends chat
- Battlefield 4 server capacity increased to deal with players hyped for Battlefield 2042
- The next Battlefield will reportedly be called Battlefield 2042
- Server capacity increased for Battlefield 4 due to influx of players following Battlefield 2042 reveal
- EA increases Battlefield 4 server capacity after Battlefield 2042 reveal sparks player spike • Eurogamer.net
- New Battlefield 2042 Gameplay Trailer Shows How You Can Build Your Own Battlefield With Portal