The long wait is finally over and has led to a new iteration of the series that will embrace a more futuristic setting. Narratively speaking, it should deal with a total war between the US and Russia following a long period of conflict between the two countries, at least according to rumors (actually partially confirmed) leaked in recent days.
Everlasting according to rumors, the game will introduce a number of new features, including a new Specialist system initially based on the four Battlefield classes but destined to take a drift of its own. Each of the specializations has its own unique traits and characteristics, but these will still remain customizable to some extent.
Battlefield 2042 will not enjoy a single player campaign, a choice that may not please everyone, but almost physiological for a product that will focus on the vastness of the options offered by its multiplayer structure. The narrative sector, however, should not remain in the limbo of neglect and will almost certainly find a place in the post launch support that the title will inevitably enjoy.
Battlefield 2042 will arrive on the market on October 22, 2021 for old and new generation PCs and consoles. The gameplay reveal has already been set for June 13th (most likely during the Xbox and Bethesda E3 conference).