In the coming week, “Battlefield 2042”, the latest shooter from DICE, will be released. As confirmed by the studio, the first season won’t start until 2022. Among other things, a new Expert and the first Battle Pass will be introduced.
After a short-lived postponement, the multiplayer shooter “Battlefield 2042” developed by DICE will finally be released for consoles and PC in the coming week.
As announced just a few weeks ago, “Battlefield 2042” is also one of the shooters that should be supported over a longer period with the regular release of the season. In a recent announcement, the makers of DICE revealed that the first season of “Battlefield 2042” won’t be officially presented and published until next year. However, the first details on the content offered have already been given.
Looking forward to a new specialist
Of course, a corresponding Battle Pass should not be missing in the first season, which includes a specified number of levels and gives you the opportunity to unlock special rewards such as cosmetic additions. There’s a new specialist first for Portal Mode as well as additional content. Specific details and other content on the first season of “Battlefield 2042” will be offered in early 2022.
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Incidentally, this won’t stop with the new season. Instead, the developers of DICE also promise weekly changing challenges in which additional rewards, content and time-limited game modes await you now and then. “Battlefield 2042” will release on November 19, 2021, and thus will be released next weekend for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.
If you must purchase the Gold or Ultimate Edition of the multiplayer shooter, you can start tomorrow, Friday, November 12, 2021. The waiting 10-hour free trial also begins the same day for all EA Access and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate customers.
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