Battlefield 2042 Trailer Unveils Impressive Evolution of FPS Franchise


finally! Following numerous rumors and the disappointment of Bad Company 3, the next steps in the Battlefield franchise have been revealed. Introducing Battlefield 2042. A near-future FPS experience where players aim to become what they call a non-patriot after the refugee crisis has overtaken our daily lives.

Non-patriots, or non-patriots for short, are more than just standard soldiers. They are engineers, humble peasants and avid teachers around the world. They can be anyone and you. They fight for the future, not for flags or companies. Use for your advantage.

The revealed trailer literally starts with bang bang. Only some have successfully landed when they see the armed team blown off the edge of a cliff. From weapons to different vehicle types, our first look is exciting and an incredible pivot from previous releases seen in Battlefield 5.

DICE is pushing this shooter to the limit by increasing the number of players to 128 on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and PC. PS4 and Xbox One players will be reduced to 64 to maintain the experience, but the studio promises that a small number of players will not affect the overall style or feel of the game. ..

I’ve also seen for the first time some of the specialists who are playable characters with less restrictions and a more realistic backstory than previous Battlefield games. Previously, players were restricted to specific loadouts depending on the character they selected. This time the restriction has been lifted. Special abilities remain locked to maintain the uniqueness felt by each specialist, but the guns available to players are open to anyone. This is even more effective when the combat wheel is visible, which is an option for non-putts to adjust gear in the middle of combat. I like snipers, but did you suddenly get involved in close quarters? Pull up the wheels and switch weapons. Customize the scope. Replace the gear. The battle is yours. Please polish.

Check out our impressions here for more information on the multiplayer experience, including how to keep single player enthusiasts from feeling warm with the multiplayer-only mode model.

As for the game itself, Battlefield 2042 will be available for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC players on October 22nd.


What are your thoughts on Battlefield 2042? Are you excited to learn more at E3 later this week? Let us know what you think in the comments section below!