Battlefield 2042 Players looking for some tough news on DICE’s plans for the future of the game, or any hint of upcoming content, will be disappointed to hear that we probably won’t get any period of that information for a period of time.
Although the developer involved posted the first official word in 2022 earlier this week, much of it was not particularly well received. DICE announced and released a new Battlefield 2042 small patchmade a few adjustments to XP Earning Rate in Portaland showed a new scoreboard design is expected to arrive in mid to late February as part of a larger patch.
Unfortunately, the developer hasn’t brought up any of the design issues that multiplayer has had. We also didn’t get any hints as to what new content we might expect, an estimated date when Season One might start, or really anything to deter the most cynical. declared Battlefield 2042 dead.
The lack of firm details about the future of the game, and the lack of high-level design discussions, also had another impact: surreptitiously confirmed leaks from December. Battlefield data researcher Temporyal, who is one of the most trusted sources when it comes to unreleased content in Battlefield games, shared a few details about the first season of Battlefield 2042, based on what can be found. in game files.
According to their findings, the post-launch content of Season One of Battlefield 2042 will introduce a new map, ostensibly named Exposure. The map is set in British Columbia, Canada, where a landslide “revealed a secret research facility” and caused conflict between the US and Russia.
The first image of the film has not been released yet # Battlefield2042 “Exposure” map (no high resolution). Lore summary:
🇨🇦 Set in Canada (British Columbia)
🔬Landslide exposed a secret research facility
🇷🇺 Russians suspect there are military weapons inside
Exposure appears to be part of Season 1. pic.twitter.com/gj51UdZTaP
– temporary (@temporyal) December 22, 2021
More interestingly, they also found references to First season starts in March, four months after the game’s release. According to Temporyal, 12 pre-season weekly missions exist in the game file, attesting to that March goal – unless some of them are created to fill the void in the event of a season delay. .
When this information was announced late last year, many assumed that March would be too late for Season One to begin and dismissed the findings as outdated or placeholders. Now DICE has talked about what’s to come in February without mentioning future content, it’s safe to assume that March could be when the first season actually begins.
Of course, it should be noted that Season One could start earlier than that. DICE may simply want to withhold disclosure of any details before they are finalized. That said, the way the developer has gone about this whole thing certainly doesn’t inspire a lot of confidence.
https://www.vg247.com/dice-comments-suggest-rumoured-battlefield-2042-season-one-start-date-is-true DICE’s comment suggests that Battlefield 2042 Season One’s rumored start date is true