We also intend to deliver updates to Battlefield Portal that will give players more ways to build and share new Battlefield experiences with the world.”
Battlefield 2042 is nigh on release, aiming to bring that classic high-intensity destruction to modern consoles and PCs.
As a live service game it’ll be alive and well long after its November 19 release date, but we won’t actually hear about season one content until next year.
We’ve also got a list of early Battlefield 2042 review impressions so you can see if the game is likely to be your thing before you pick it up.
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