Electronic Arts has released a new trailer showing three new maps for the upcoming Battlefield 2042, each of which is “designed specifically to provide a unique experience that directly affects you and your team’s strategy.”
This video is not entirely an in-depth tactical analysis: on the contrary, it is more like a fast-paced overview of three different environments, all of which are scattered with various fragmentary buildings for players to climb. What they have in common is scale. Each has “multiple different combat areas” that can conduct close-range, long-range, and vehicle combat at the same time.
Here is a quick breakdown of each new map in the trailer:
- Renew: An eclectic landscape set in the Egyptian desert, with solar array power stations on one side and lush research facilities on the other. It has a wall between the two areas with different entry points, including a choke point through the often disputed entry checkpoint in the middle of the map. Players should also prepare for close combat in these areas and the two buildings located in Renewal.
- get rid of: This map is located in Antarctica and includes a sea platform near the frozen coast and an observation station above the battlefield, making it the focus of air combat. In the intermittent path of the glacier, players fight inside and outside the ice cliffs connected to ziplines and cable bridges, where the rapid use of parachutes can be a life-or-death difference.
- throw away: Features flooded villages, dismantled hulls and a huge ship on the west coast of India for you to explore. This map provides a lot of cover and close combat; the Colossus Ship allows players to fight in the spaceship while the airship attacks from above, and the tank slams its hull. In unpredictable weather, players will have to stay vigilant, because the threat of tornadoes may hit the map at any time.
Including these three maps, there were a total of seven maps when Battlefield 2042 was released. Plan to provide more maps and new experts in seasonal updates. Electronic Arts also recently revealed the second half of the “Battlefield 2042” expert lineup (including the first non-binary character in the series) and confirmed that although there are some concerns about their performance in the recent Beta test, these are controversial. The role still exists.
“Battlefield 2042” will be released on November 19. This is the first half of its expert lineup, there are 10 in total, and we also provide a useful guide that introduces all the guns we know so far.