In its newest development update, DICE has revealed some of the details of the changes coming to Battlefield 2042 with the release of Season 3.
EA and DICE have confirmed that following the launch of Battlefield 2042's Season 3 in December, the shooter will become available via EA Play and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.
We take a look at the history of Battlefield and try to figure out what is going on with this promising franchise.
Three new Vault Weapons for All-Out Warfare, balance tuning for attack and transport helicopters, and various bug fixes are also live.
Creative director Lars Gustavsson is also departing Electronic Arts. He joined DICE in 2000 and worked on the first game in the series, Battlefield 1942.
Premium Battle Pass rewards include instant access to a Legendary Specialist Set and Weapon Skin, an Epic player card background, and more.
Check out a new trailer highlighting some of the gameplay from Battlefield 2042 Season 2. The trailer highlights a new map as well as the new Specialist.
Battlefield 2042 will be moving its specialists to the classic Battlefield classes in Season 3. Details for this, and other upcoming features have been revealed.
Various balance changes have also been made to the RAH-68 Huron, YG-99 Hannibal 30mm Cannon and the BSV-M's Full Auto and High Power Rounds.
Air Superiority and Ground Superiority presets are coming to Battlefield Portal along with four extra-small layouts for existing maps.
According to the DICE general manager, the studio is too busy with the Battlefield franchise to work on other projects like Mirror's Edge.
EA has denied the report, saying it has "a significant team across studios focused on evolving and improving" the game.
Community manager Kevin Johnson also notes that 128-player support will be coming to future maps in Battlefield Portal as well.
Two new stealth gunships, two new weapons, a Smoke Grenade Launcher, and a new Battle Pass are also included in the first season.
The update goes live later and includes various new XP events for damaging vehicles, supporting teammates, Takedown kills, and more.
The first season for DICE's troubled shooter is rumored to be going live on June 9th, nearly seven months after the initial release.
Nearly seven months on from the game's launch, Battlefield 2042's first multiplayer season is finally kicking off in a few days.
All gameplay content like new Specialists, weapons, vehicles and whatnot are free. The Free track also includes some premium currency.
The multiplayer shooter's first season is allegedly expected to arrive in the next couple of weeks, and will bring new content, fixes, and more.
A DICE community manager has confirmed that Battlefield 2042's first season will launch with only a single map.