Battlefield 2042of Web portals After the main game loses its brilliance, the experience seems to allow the core players to maintain good participation. But the game did not do a good job of planning and displaying the modules produced by the community.
However, the community has a solution: an out-of-game browser that can not only easily discover the different modes and experiences created by talented players, but also allow these creators to publish their works for the world to watch.
The BF Portal Library created by Reddit user Matavatar does exactly this. The site provides basic sorting options, allowing you to filter single player, cooperative, or multiplayer gaming experiences. Up-and-coming module creators can also use the rule set made by other creators.
The page includes a brief description of each experience, easy-to-access portal code, and some other key details-and more tags to help you understand what they do at a glance.
This is a better way to investigate Portal community activities, and it shows a wider range of experiences than the in-game menus. The website is free to use, and creators only need to submit a form to get their modules.
Even more impressive is that the BF portal library also has a tutorial section created by community module developers, which covers some tricky aspects of the rule editor. Next, Matavatar will add an event feature where creators can organize test nights for their modules and improve them with players.
Click the link above to view it for yourself.