E3 2021: First Battlefield 2042 gameplay is revealed

the gameplay Battlefield 2042 was first aired through the conference of the Microsoft Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase at E3 2021. There isn't much additional information on this event beyond the gameplay itself, but we can feel the intensity and strength of the Battlefield franchise right from the start in its new game.

Official bf 2042 image | e3 2021: first battlefield 2042 gameplay is revealed
E3 2021: First Battlefield 2042 gameplay is revealed

In the screenshots, we could see for the first time the player HUD, very similar to the one that was leaked a few days ago. Also, the system of changing accessories in the middle of the game, without the need to leave the game, some skills from some specialists in addition to many explosions and also the great visual effects in the natural disasters that we will have during a game.

Nothing new was revealed, not even the rumors that indicated the arrival of the new Battlefield on the day of its release in the Xbox Game Pass catalogue. We'll be watching when you have more news. Stay tuned and enjoy the gameplay!

Check out the Battlefield 2042 gameplay below

More about Battlefield 2042

In Battlefield 2042, the world is on the verge of collapse. Food, energy and water shortages have bankrupted dozens of nations and created the biggest refugee crisis in history. Among these stateless people are family members, farmers, engineers and even soldiers. In the midst of the crisis, the United States and Russia leave the world at full war. Stateless experts join the two sides, not fighting for a flag, but for the future of Stateless people in this new world.

The game is scheduled to hit consoles and PC on October 22 this year.

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