The next confirmed installment in EA’s large shooter franchise is Battlefield 2042 (formerly known as Battlefield 6). The game has unveiled its teaser that includes game engine footage. The trailer also teased players can fly with a wingsuit, and firearms may be quickly customized when needed. It also depicts the famed Battlefield 4 maneuver in which players eject from their jets, shoot down an opponent aircraft, and immediately re-enter. Orbital, Hourglass, Kaleidoscope, Manifest, Discarded, Breakaway, and Renewal are the names of the seven maps in Battlefield 2042.
The game engine footage and what to anticipate from Battlefield 2042 were shown in the teaser released on Battlefield’s official YouTube page. However, the unveiling trailer, which shows off the game’s maps, Specialists, vehicles, and mechanics isn’t actual gameplay. The real Gameplay is supposed to be revealed on June 13th at E3 2021. The trailer shows off game modes like All-Out Warfare and Hazard Zone, as well as a new mode that will be shown on July 22 at EA Play Live.
The game is being developed by DICE and will be released on October 22 by Electronic Arts. Battlefield 2042 takes things to the next level by allowing up to 128 people to participate in conflicts on Xbox Series X/Series S, PlayStation 5, and PC. The game’s PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions will allow up to 64 players. It will have massive areas which are referred to as ‘Levolution,’ by the developers which is an event that may modify the battlefield for a dynamic, unexpected experience.
This multiplayer game’s conquest mode is receiving a facelift, with Sectors full with objectives to battle over, forcing battles to alternate between peaceful intervals and massive forces colliding in one location. Although 2042 would not have any drastic change, there will be the return of Levolution, ground deformation, and extreme weather occurrences such as sandstorms and tornadoes. In addition, the class structure in 2042 will be refurbished, with 10 Specialists replacing the old Engineer, Recon, Support, and Assault classes. Specialists are fully spoken and have their own gadgets and abilities.