As more and more details emerge about Battlefield 2042, we have now learned that the game won’t have a campaign, but it will have paid and free seasonal content.
The lack of a campaign seemingly puts all the focus on multiplayer with this new release, which will support up to 128 players, have Specialists, and new destruction features, which you can read about in full here.
Seasons for the game will have a battle pass and have both a free and paid track. These seasons will last for three months and all gameplay content will be available to everyone who plays the game, whether they buy a battle pass or not. Battle Pass content will only contain cosmetics.
Each season will add a new chapter to the multiplayer mode’s evolving story and introduce a new Specialist for players to play as. Each year of the game’s life will also bring new locations, but that wasn’t revealed in detail right now. The first year will also have four separate seasons.
More information will be coming later this year, once DICE are ready to talk about Battlefield 2042 progression in more detail.
Battlefield 2042 is releases for PS5 and PS4 on October 22, 2021.