Battlefield 2042 has finally been revealed, and while there's no single-player campaign we do know that it'll be made up of three different multiplayer experiences.
The first, "All-Out Warfare" was revealed at the game's unveiling and houses the classic Conquest and Breakthrough modes, while the second, Hazard Zone, offers squad-based gameplay that DICE has been relatively quiet about - only confirming that it's not a Battle Royale.
The third pillar, though, had been under wraps ahead of the EA Play event next month, but longtime Battlefield leaker Tom Henderson may have revealed what it is.
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The last part of the game to be revealed is "a love letter to Battlefield fans and one that long-time players will feel right at home with," and Henderson has revealed that this will be a 'Battlefield Hub'.
Speaking in a new video, Henderson explains that “Battlefield Hub is going to contain remasters of maps from old Battlefield titles.”
“It’s going to be [maps] on the Battlefield 2042 engine. The movement and stuff like that is going to be exactly the same, but you’re essentially playing on a remastered map with different weapons and vehicles from past Battlefield titles.”
Henderson also notes that while most maps will be restricted to 64-players, some will allow for the 128-players available on next-gen systems, and will not use a class system.
“The Battlefield Hub is going to be the ultimate sandbox experience and is going to be the “fun” game mode. The reason [my source] has described it as a fun game mode is because they say that this isn’t necessarily going to be a competitive experience or a balanced experience. Instead, this is going to be the ultimate sandbox experience when players are just going to be able to have fun — a Battlefield 1 tank vs. a Battlefield 3 tank.”
Henderson also suggests that Hazard Zone is likely to be the game's free-to-play component.