The Swedish firm is making steady progress on the first-person shooter. New material is going to be added to Battlefield 2042, and players should get ready for a significant revamping of the gameplay. Is it going to be enough to get us back on top of the game? How things turn out is up to time.
The beginning of Battlefield 2042 Season 2 is right around the corner. The developers have just announced that they are working on a new map that will be excellent for gaming centered on infantry and will enable furious battles for as many as 128 people.
While the creators are hard at work on the next Battle Pass and “new Portal experiences,” the game will also have another Specialist, each of which will come equipped with its own set of special powers and a distinctive piece of equipment. The game will also include play styles that have not been seen before. During the second season, we will also test out two brand new weapons, the authors will rebuild two additional levels, and a redesigned menu will be made available.
The development team has stated that the Specialists will undergo a “major redesign,” and while these changes will not go into effect until the next season, it is anticipated that Update 3.2 will provide players the opportunity to try out “classic and familiar classes” (stormtrooper, scout, support, engineer). Players should brace themselves for new constraints on the use of their gadgets based on their class, as well as enhancements to the game’s visuals, audio, and character balance.
All updates and recent information are displayed on the material. As can be seen, DICE is continuing to work at rescuing the shooter, although it is tough to predict how the community will react to the improvements that have been made.