Battlefield 2042 Review - Modernized Shooting Game
June 27, 2021 | Uncategorized,
Updated: 27 June 2021
Calling out to all gaming stations and players, prepare yourself for the most action-packed package game, “Battlefield 2042”. An iconic comeback of all-out warfare of the franchise, with stunning futuristic graphics. Take complete control over the battleground with the help of your squad and cutting-edge arsenal and loads of futuristic lethal weapons.
The game has “3 Exclusive Editions,” and they all are available in over 14 languages for all of us to enjoy.
- Battlefield 2042 pre-purchase is for $59.99.
- Golden Edition of Battlefield 2042 pre-purchase is for $89.99.
- Ultimate Edition of Battlefield 2042 pre-purchase is for $109.99.
So pre-order it now to get exclusive offers like:
- Early access to ‘Open Beta.’
- Premier takedown knife: Baku ACB-90 melee
- Epic weapon charm “Mr. Chompy.”
- A player card background “Landfall.”
- A tag “Old Guard.”
Battlefield 2042 Review
- Developer: Dice
- Publisher: EA
- Release Date: 22′ October 2021
- Genre: Action / First-Person Shooter
Battling over 128 players on vast groundbreaking battlegrounds across the globe in one game; Sounds pretty Badass and intense, right?!
Battlefield 2042 is a first-person shooter game loaded with Hollywood action scenes, thrilling futuristic graphics, 3D Sound effects to give us a chilling action gaming experience. Read this Battlefield 2042 Review to get the most out of the information about the game.
Twenty-one years from now, in a dystopian future, a fierce battle will take place where humanity is fighting with scarce resources to secure its future, known as Battlefield 2042. The environmental and economic crisis that is being faced right now will become the overall disasters that will tear the world apart. This game realistically portrays the refugee crisis which will happen in the future.
Dice has focused more on the multiplayer mode in this game than single-player. Before, the franchise had portrayed World War 1 and 2 in its game, but now they have changed it to futuristic battles loaded with some advanced high-tech weapons and battling around on 7 massive maps.
This game is the ultimate FPS experience that every action-loving player looks for.
Players will be given access to fight with helicopters and tanks. Battlefield 2042 will be launching with “7 different maps,” promising its audience an adrenaline punch in the face. All 7 maps have different sizes and locations, from an oil rig in Antarctica to the rocket launch site in French Guinea.
These maps include South Korea, Singapore, Egypt, Qatar, Antarctica, and so on, along with the live events that could severely disrupt their surroundings. Like a space rocket ready to launch as planned or get exploded midway, or the massive shipping containers that get randomly plucked out in the sky with everyone in it.
There is no telling what will happen next, which makes the game even more exciting.
Helicopters, jets, tanks, and many other driveable vehicles will be available for players to navigate through the area.
10 Special Squad Soldier Players
Dice is going to release ten specialist playable characters at the launch of Battlefield 2042. Each character has its unique personality and perks that you could use on the battle stations.
So far, the developers had shed some light on the few characters of the game, which include the Recon, Assault, Supporter, and Engineer Classes.
For example, one of the soldiers, Maria Flack, in the game. She is one of the support specialists that was announced by Dice which is a supporting character. She has a passive ability to juice up her fellow companions to total health and is equipped with a ranged healing pistol, which is pretty handy in tight warzone situations.
The recon specialists will always have a surveillance drone that can shoot EMP darts with the ability to sense enemies’ movements nearby. The assault specialist comes with a grappling gun and a trait that makes him nimble.
Before the game, players have fewer limitations to certain load-outs, but this limitation has been removed this time around. You can change your weapons according to the situation you’re facing without disturbing the characters’ uniqueness.
Every player has its own set of sci-fi advanced tech weapons. The first weapon is locked, but you have a choice with the second one. You can switch among weapons and customize it according to your battle style. The game even has a warzone dog and wingsuits to gear up your soldiers.
Since Battlefield 2042 is not free to play, you can look forward to its upcoming four seasons, each with promising 10 new exciting characters, Battle Pass, and locations.
Since Battlefield 2042 has some commonplace violent scenes and general mature content, developers stated, it is inappropriate for all ages.
Battlefield 2042 is loaded with different warzone modes. Not only do you have to fight against your enemies, but you also have to look out for yourself against the harsh weather of nature.
- Conquest Zone
- Hazard Zone
- Kaleidoscope Zone
- Hourglass Zone
- Breakaway Zone
- Mystery Zone (soon to be revealed)
Two familiar modes also made their way in Battlefield 2042; the Conquest zone involves two teams competing against each other to capture key points on maps. One team had to defend in the breakaway zone, and the other team had to attack and conquer.
Kaleidoscope takes place somewhere near South Korea, where massive rogue tornadoes come around. Every person gets sucked up in them, let it be a man, woman, house, or vehicle. Nothing gets spared which comes in its way.
Hourglass takes place in Persian Gulf Metropolis, where players have to go through terrible sandstorms. At the same time, breakaway sets foot in Antarctica, where players have to battle against glaciers as well.
Hazard zone is a “squad-based” zone where players get to depend on each other for survival and winning against their enemies.
Will Be Released On Different Platforms
Battlefield 2042 will be in the spotlight on 22 October 2021. It will be released on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One & Xbox Series X. Each platform will have a maximum of 128 players to fight with except PS4 and Xbox One. These two will have a maximum of 64 players.
Prices & Pre-Order Exclusives
Battlefield 2042 has different prices following the platform you will play it on.
For instance, the standard version will cost $59.99/£59.99 on Xbox One & PS4, $49.99/$£49.99 for PC. Whereas on Xbox Series X & PS5, it will cost $69.99/£69.99.
The Golden Edition of Battlefield 2042 is for $89.99/£79.99 on PC and $99.99/£89.99 on the rest of the platforms.
Ultimate Edition of Battlefield 2042 is for $109.99/£99.99 on PC and $119.99/£109.99 on other consoles.
We have mentioned earlier in the article that Battlefield 2042 has gold and ultimate editions as well, and if you pre-order it now, you will enjoy some privileges. Like in the Golden Edition, you will get access to a one-year pass to the premium tier battle pass and various cross-gen cosmetic bundles.
In Ultimate Edition pre-order, you will get exclusives like all the perks of Golden Edition along with an official digital art book, unique soundtracks & a Midnight Ultimate Cosmetic Bundle.
Since the trailer of Battlefield 2042 was released, we all have been hyped about this game. We have gathered around as much information as we can and round it up for you in this article, from the released trailers and the statements of the developer Dice and Publisher EA.
More of Battlefield 2042 secrets and surprises such as the upcoming ten specialists, mystery zone map will be revealed at EA Live Play on 22 July, so stay tuned for more information. And do check up on the update on our article for further details on Battlefield 2042 soon.
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