Battlefield 2042 new feature

Official trailer released for Battlefield 2042’s Hazard Zone

Electronic Arts and DICE have released a new trailer for Battlefield 2042, showcasing its Hazard Zone Mode. Hazard Zone will be a tense, squad-focused survival experience combining “edge-of-your-seat gameplay with the best of the Battlefield sandbox“.

As its official description reads:

“Inserted as a four-member squad, you must locate and retrieve critical Data Drives scattered throughout the battlefield, while competing against opposing squads with the same objective and local militias. Succeed by gathering the Data Drives and choosing when to extract before a storm overtakes the area in this high-stakes, one-life experience. Every bullet, every skirmish, and every decision counts. Battlefield 2042 is a first-person shooter that marks the return to the iconic all-out warfare of the franchise. Adapt and overcome in a near-future world transformed by disorder. Squad up and bring a cutting-edge arsenal into dynamically-changing battlegrounds supporting 128 players, unprecedented scale, and epic destruction.”

Battlefield 2042 will also come with Battlefield Portal. According to DICE, Battlefield Portal is an all-new, community-driven platform where players will be able to change the rules of war by creating, sharing and discovering unexpected battles from Battlefield’s iconic past, present, and future.

Battlefield 2042 will be using NVIDIA DLSS and NVIDIA Reflex techs, and  will release on November 19th. You can also find here its official PC system requirements.

Enjoy!

Battlefield 2042 | Hazard Zone Official Trailer

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