Battlefield 2042 Hazard Zone Explained
DICE has long insisted that Battlefield 2042, its forthcoming first-person shooter, wouldn’t have a battle royale component. Today the company detailed the game’s third and final gameplay mode, Hazard Zone, in a blog post, and it is not a battle royale. But it’s not not a battle royale either.
When Battlefield 2042 comes out next month it’ll eschew a campaign in favor of those three multiplayer modes. The first, All-Out Warfare, is very much like what’s defined previous games: two teams, massive battles, lots of chaos, very little structure or direction. It’s what we checked out during last week’s beta. The second, Portal, is a community sandbox mode wherein you get to customize your own rulesets. Today—at the same exact time Activision Blizzard unveiled the zombies mode for Call of …
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