Battlefield 2042, officially released on the 19th

Electronic Arts Inc. (EA) announced on November 19th that Battlefield 2042, a first-person shooter game, was released. Powered by breakthrough technology in the Frostbite game engine, Battlefield 2042 supports matches of up to 128 players on the latest consoles and PCs. It supports a vast map, a dynamically changing world, and offers immersive sandbox gameplay through a variety of vehicles and weapons.

Battlefield 2042 provides a near-future all-out war experience in which the two world powers, the United States and Russia, collide while refugees from a collapsed country struggle for survival in a situation with limited resources. Featuring the franchise’s signature Rocket Blast Revolution, as well as dynamic storms and environmental hazards.

A new type of soldier playable in the Battlefield franchise, the Specialist projects surviving the greatest refugee crisis in human history and fighting for the interests of a new world. Players can jump into the battlefield as one of 10 battle-hardened Specialists. They all have their own unique traits and perks, as well as customizable gear, and players can use state-of-the-art weapons, gear and vehicles.

Battlefield 2042 also delivers a worldview through storytelling in a new way, giving players a compelling world to see through battle. A variety of strategies allow players to win the battlefield with a play style tailored to their style.

“Battlefield 2042 introduces an innovative and modern approach to first-person shooter games, immersing players in the vast world of the game,” said Oscar Gabrielsson, General Manager of DICE. It creates an unparalleled experience for players. With new modes like Battlefield Portal and Danger Zones, the return of timeless popular games within all-out warfare, and engaging stories told from the perspective of battle-hardened specialists, Battlefield 2042 is built with players in mind from the ground up. was developed,” he added.

Battlefield 2042 was released on Xbox One, PlayStation4, PC, Xbox Series X|S, and PlayStation5. For more information on each edition and included benefits, as well as EA Play and EA Play Pro benefits, visit our website or follow us on YouTube, Twitter and Instagram.