Dice reveals the final release experts of “Battlefield 2042” and resolves public beta feedback

With the public beta of Battlefield 2042 in the rear view, Dice published a new blog post that revealed the remaining five of the 10 experts available at the time of publication. The developer also discussed player feedback for the beta version and outlined specific criticisms it plans to address.

Everyone after 2042 knows that experts are new members of the series, with specific characteristics and fully customizable. The trailer below shows the last batch of characters (at least at the time of release). Navin Rao is a hacker who can turn the enemy’s equipment towards them and expose the enemy by killing the hacked target. Santiago “Dozer” Espinoza is a tank that can withstand explosion damage better and carries a fairly large ballistic shield. Emma “Sundance” Rosier wears a wing suit and a grenade magazine, such as EMP and anti-armor variants. Ji-Soo Paik has a scanner that can spot enemies in the bunker and can immediately spot anyone who hurt her. Finally, Constantine “Angel” Angel is a medic who can quickly resurrect allies (and even restore their armor), and can throw loading boxes full of supplies at teammates.

Dice Blog post It describes in detail the complaints of players about the beta version and the issues it plans to resolve or have been resolved before release. We encourage players to check the blog for all the details, but some of the improvements that players will see at launch include the following:

  • Increase the number of tanks on the PC and the current host from 4 to 8.
  • Added nearby grenade indicator.
  • You can switch the big map.
  • Commo Rose has been added to allow players to quickly indicate their location/needs.
  • The compass will remain active while aiming at the target.
  • The kill log is more readable, with highlighted text indicating that a friend/enemy was killed, and other font upgrades.
  • Improved color blindness settings.
  • Console players can participate in the chat.

“Battlefield 2042” was launched on November 19 and is available for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.


What do you think of the new experts and how Dice resolves the public beta feedback? Let us know in the comments!