Battlefield 2042 Season 1 is rumored to start on June 9th.
This is according to anonymous sources that were spoken to TryHardGuides (opens in new tab) and Nick Baker from the Xbox Era Podcast (opens in new tab). They also believe that not one, but three followers will herald the changes; a reveal trailer for Season 1, another teaser focusing on specialist Ewelina Lis – rumored to have a guided missile launcher specialty – and another about the Battle Pass.
All three trailers are expected to be released on Tuesday, June 7th at 8:00am PT / 11:00am EST / 4:00pm BST. The rumors further speculate that a recording session for content creators is scheduled for tomorrow June 6th, just in time for them to post their impressions shortly after the new video teasers go live on June 7th.
And what could still be in store for us in the new season? Well, dataminer Temporyal also believes Specialist Ewelina is on the way, along with stealth helicopters, dedicated exposure lists, and premium battle passes (thanks, TheGamer (opens in new tab)).
Latest update on datamined content associated with #Battlefield2042 Season 1: Zero Hour:🇵🇱 New Specialist: Ewelina Lis🎯 Guided Missile Launcher Gadget🚁 Stealth Helicopters🍁 Dedicated Exposure Playlists🪙 Premium Battle Passes Additional details: pic.twitter. com/U64Ye45T7sMay 30, 2022
The Battlefield 2042 team at DICE recently gave a rundown of what to expect in Season 1 as part of their offering “Mission to Restore Confidence” (opens in new tab) after the lackluster launch of the game.
“Next month with the release of Season 1, we will see a major update that not only brings this new content to the game, but also delivers new quality-of-life improvements, fixes, and enhancements that demonstrate our ongoing commitment to Battlefield 2042 demonstrates our mission to restore the trust that many of you felt hurt when we launched last November,” the developers said in a blog post.
As part of this renewed mission, the developers are “no longer actively developing new experiences or content” for Hazard Zone, the small version of the game of Battle Royale. The mode remains playable, but don’t expect new additions.
“We’re the first to put our hands up and acknowledge that it didn’t find the right home in Battlefield 2042 and that we’ll benefit greatly by directing our focus and energy into the modes we enjoy most.” keep busy.” added the team.
Other recent changes include Update 4.1, which brought changes to the Groundbreaking multiplayer that reduced the player count from 128 to 64 (opens in new tab).
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