Publisher Electronic Arts claims Battlefield 2042 harnesses “the power of next generation platforms to bring massive immersive battles to life with more players than ever before” on “maps with unprecedented scale”. Developed by DICE, the sequel is set to be released for consoles and PC in October 2021.
Imminent reveal trailer said to show a desert island transformed by a tornado
Plus standalone mobile game coming next year
DICE's new campaign will be playable in co-op and allow players to switch sides, it's claimed
Players also asked about evolving maps and Platoon/Clan system
EA previously said it would show the DICE shooter sometime during spring
“We’re going to put all the resources we have on this,” says studios boss
Tom Henderson stands by previous claims but "needed to remove the source of the content"
DICE LA was previously said to be pursuing its own independent project
Game will be revealed in the spring ahead of holiday 2021 release
Insider reiterates plans for 128-player battles and claims PS4 and Xbox One versions are coming