Battlefield wouldn't be the same without its intricately designed maps, and it looks like Battlefield 2042 won't disappoint on that front. Here's a full list of every map that will be in Battlefield 2042's multiplayer, as well as a list of the maps you'll be able to play in the game's Portal mode.
Battlefield 2042 debuts a new hero-based approach to the multiplayer shooter, introducing a roster of new gadgets and abilities, alongside the traditional four classes. Here’s every Specialist we know so far, plus their respective loadouts.
If you're planning to grab a new gaming desktop or laptop, consider going with an RTX 30-series powered machine, as it'll likely net you a free copy of Battlefield 2042 thanks to a current NVIDIA promotional effort.
While Battlefield 2042 doesn't feature a traditional single-player campaign, it's still getting a story through short film-like trailers. In the "Exodus" story trailer, "Irish" from Battlefield 4 is being revived.
Battlefield 2042 is set to conduct its first technical preview test starting on Aug. 12 for a select few players that have been invited. The test will go over the core gameplay elements of Battlefield 2042, but participants will be under a strict non-disclosure agreement.
Players can opt-in on cross-play in Battlefield 2042, enabling friends on different platforms to play together. Cross-progression will also be supported, so you can take your progress to a different platform.
Battlefield 2042 has just been unveiled as the latest action-packed first-person shooter from EA, but players have to wait until June 13 to get a look at gameplay. Coincidentally, June 13 also happens to be the day of the much-anticipated Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase at E3 2021.
EA has finally revealed Battlefield 2042, a brand-new first-person shooter experience that ramps up the classic Battlefield mayhem with even larger maps, more chaos, and support for up to 128 players on current-gen consoles and PC.