Many gamers are eager to see what Battlefield 2042 has to offer. And it is not for less since the proposal brings us a spectacular multiplayer proposal which, although exit campaign mode one step back, it seems like you will have nothing to envy at all. Although at the time it was the developers themselves who affirmed these words, it is now their spectacular short film that wanted to clarify this position.
‘Exodus’ is an animated short that attempts to bring players a bit closer to the events in which this new license proposal is fixed. With some surprising action sequences and weather ch anges, the trailer shows us that on a narrative level, the multiplayer has nothing to envy. After all, despite the fact that there isn’t a campaign in which to follow a story with characters, it has a great proposition for defining the game.
With Irish, an old acquaintance
Many players couldn’t help but show their surprise when they saw that Kimble “Irish” Graves was featured in the trailer, a character who once had a presence in Battlefield 4. He shows us how he lives. in a world full of chaos in the middle of the year 2042. And although he is no longer a soldier in the navy, but a commander, he is forced to choose between the lives of the 200 people who are on his ship and the future of all non-patrias.
In this way we see how a great war unfolds, which will be the starting point of a striking proposal and which promises to be a big surprise both for the fans and for those who will connect with the license for the first time. So, if you are looking for some big plans for this year, we remind you that Battlefield 2042 will be released on October 22 on PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X / S and PlayStation 5.