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Battlefield 2042 Doesn't Have Campaign Mode and Battle Royale

Exactly last night, EA officially announced Battlefield 2042. They announced the latest entry from Battlefield through a 4-minute video trailer. EA also kept their promise to announce the game this year.

It can be said that the leaks that have surfaced so far are indeed true. Like the latest Battlefield, which will take place in the modern world, aka modern war. This war itself is said to take place in the year 2042 and with fururistic equipment.

No campaign and battle royale modes

Furthermore, the United States and Russia will take on the role of countries involved in the modern war conflict. This war is also widespread, aka you can face a variety of different battlefields.

This makes Battlefield 2042 even more interesting for us to look forward to. Apart from that, EA also announced that Battlefield 2042 will not have a campaign and battle royale mode.

Battlefield 2042 launches October 2022

Battlefield 2042 Doesn't Have Campaign And Battle Royale Modes
Battlefield 2042 | Charlie Intel

This ensures the game will only be available in online multiplayer. Not only that, Battlefield 2042 will have 128 players for the PC platform. Then 64 players for PlayStation and Xbox.

In addition, the class system in Battlefield will be replaced with a new system called Specialist. This new concept allows you to modify the loadout and have your own specialization.

Finally, EA also confirmed that Battlefield 2042 will carry the concept of climate change. Where when a battle occurs, there will be a natural disaster that occurs, this is quite reasonable with what will happen in the future.

Battlefield 2042 is scheduled to launch on October 22 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and PC. What is your opinion about this? Give your feedback.

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