Battlefield 2042 Updates: Fans have stumbled upon the evidence, which suggests that Battlefield 2042 will see a remaster of Battlefield Bad Company 2’s Valparaiso map.
Bad Company’s Battlefield 2042 Remaster 2 map fans watch
Teamwork by fans has uncovered evidence that suggests that the Valparaiso location of Battlefield Bad Company 2 may appear as a remastered map in the upcoming Battlefield 2042. This tinkers with reports that made the rounds in late June about what leaker Tom Henderson had to say about Battlefield 2042’s mystery multiplayer mode. Can also boast remastered versions of classic maps from the long-running franchise.
Fans shouldn’t hold any hope for balanced gameplay options, however, of a less competitive nature. Henderson said the lack of balance may stem from the fact that a tank from WWI-set Battlefield 1 could be present in the same play space as Battlefield 3’s more modern vehicle. And it looks like titles in the mainline series won’t be just thrillers if they receive the supposedly remastered map treatment.
Could the found picture be of the correct location?
During a careful examination of the Battlefield 2042 teaser trailer, a carefully curated photo via YouTuber VickeP Eurogamer appeared to show the location was familiar. The YouTuber used a Photoshop tool to clean up the quality of the photo, then revealed his work by posting it to Battlefield 2042’s Reddit page.
Unsurprisingly, other fans quickly replaced the mystery image on the Valparaiso map from Battlefield Bad Company 2. Wikipedia’s comparison photos of Bad Company 2’s Valparaiso locale and the Battlefield 2042 teaser trailer show a fair match.
This could serve as further evidence that Battlefield 2042’s mystery mode will drop players from property to classic maps. Luckily, the wait to know for sure is probably about to end. Dice plans to attend EA Play Live, a digital event that will eventually reveal more about this fall’s all-new Battlefield entry.
Given that fans have been expecting a robust online experience, DICE and Electronic Arts said in an announcement of the futuristic shooter ahead of E3 2021 that Battlefield 2042 could ship without a one-player campaign mode. Such reports have so far received mixed reactions from battlefield loyalists. However, time will tell whether the installments coming from this move benefit or are harmful.
Battlefield 2042 releases October 22 for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X later this year. On all platforms.
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