Previously today, Electronic Arts and Dice officially revealed Battlefield 2042, the next match in the long-term series. While we usually expect new games to reveal the details, the two companies actually reveal a little about Battlefield 2042 today. The focus is entirely on multiplayain, and there is a good reason for that, because Battlefield 2042 doesn’t seem to send with a single player campaign or royale battle mode.
You will be forgiven for thinking that Battlefield 2042 will display a campaign, considering how big the backstory seems to have this game. The narrative, however, only seems to function to improve the multiplayer game mode. Dice expressed a lack of campaigns to Eurogamer today.
“I think it’s just something that allows us to truly rely on what is best,” said Battlefield 2042 Design Director Daniel Berlin in an interview. “If you see DNA Studio, what we have done for so long, we just say you know what we will not have a traditional single player campaign this time, but we will go to put all the emphasis and all the resources become deep into In multiplayer. Because that’s what we do most. “
In addition, the game will not have Royale battle mode, although it seems that every game has Royale battle mode today. Berlin, however, suggests that there are other modes that will be worth noting. “Battle Royale is clearly something very popular now,” he said. “We don’t have a Royale battle plan at this time, but we have another experience in the game we can’t talk about it we are very excited.”
One of these modes seems to be developed in Dice la today, but we will not get details about it until the EA Play Live on July 22. It would be interesting to see how the dice managed to fill the gap left by the lack of a single player campaign, which was something present in the title of the battlefield recently. We will have more information about Battlefield 2042 as dice and EA confirm, so stay here for more.