Battlefield 2042 showed itself to the world with a first official trailer, which confirms the real name of the new game and the date of the gameplay reveal.
Battlefield 2042 is now official, features 128-player battles and more
Battlefield 2042 was revealed to the world today with a crackling trailer, the reveal of the gameplay will be presented instead on the day of June 13, while the game will release on October 22, 2021, on all platforms. It seemed until recently that the name of the new chapter would have been Battlefield 6, also according to the many rumors that have appeared over the last few weeks and have anticipated various information on the work.
You can find the official trailer at the bottom of this news, which after the teasers started yesterday was presented by Electronic Arts in dazzling form, through the first gameplay sequences that anticipated the experience we will soon have to deal with.
Just recently it was confirmed that Battlefield 2042 would make its debut by 2021, both on next-gen and also on old-gen, and we finally have a more precise release date. The title will offer clashes that will include up to 128 player-battles on next-gen, but on PS4 and Xbox One, the number will be reduced to 64-player battles.
It was confirmed today that Battlefield 2042 will not have any campaign, and will therefore be focused exclusively on the multiplayer sector. However, the battle royale will not be present, despite the exhaustion of the games that will be proposed through the game modes already confirmed.
Apart from the 128-player mode, we will also be dealing with two other huge contents. While one is yet to be unveiled, and will be featured in the upcoming EA Play, the other is about a new and modern team-based multiplayer experience.
Battlefield 2042 will have a standard version that will cost $59.99 on PS4 and Xbox One and PC, while $69.99 on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S. All EA Play subscribers will be able to access the game as early as October 15, 2021.