EA and DICE have now released the short film “Exodus” for the upcoming Battlefield 2042, as promised. This will familiarize you with the beginnings of the civil war in the new shooter.
The new short film “Exodus” for Battlefield 2042 has a running time of just under 9 minutes. This introduces the numerous playable no-pat characters of the upcoming shooter, who are also known as specialists.
But that’s not all: In “Exodus” an old friend from Battlefield 4 returns, namely Kimble “Irish” Graves, played by Michael K. Williams. In Battlefield 2042, he will be a playable no-pat specialist.
The flick also introduces the mysterious “Oz”, who clashes with Irish over the future of the no-pats and stirs up conflicts. This story will continue to evolve in the future as more specialists join the conflict with their own stories.
Even before the short film was released, you and the journalist Kayvan Bechir, who reported on his 13 months on a no-pat ship, were able to watch the Journey of the no-pats walk. In his search for the truth, Kayvan has traveled the globe and discovered three truths: The United States and Russia are on the brink of war, while the rest of the world is fighting for resources and neighboring countries have already collapsed. The nomads from these collapsed states call themselves Non-Patriated (“No-Pats”), and while the world believes they have come together to survive, it is actually a divided group with opposing goals. In secret, a mysterious no-pat leader named Oz pulls the strings and tries to unite all no-pats under one banner. In the final chapter of “The Voyage of the No-Pats,” Kayvan steps aboard the warship Exodus, which Oz has diverted to London for a mission that will soon determine the fate of the No-Pats and the world.
Irish is now the fifth specialist to be introduced for Battlefield 2042, and with the five more that will follow over the next few weeks, there will be a total of 10 specialists by the time of release. Each of them has its own gadget and a feature that can only be used by him and defines his particular style of play.