It seems like Battlefield 2042 will have a great new mode where players will try the remastered versions of the classic maps.
As per a recent leak, there is a new mode, reportedly called Battlefield Hub, in the upcoming Battlefield 2042.
‘Battlefield 2042’ leaked mode details
Tom Henderson, known as a reputed scooper when it comes to major releases, recently came up with new information.
In his new YouTube video, Henderson mentioned an unannounced mode called Battlefield Hub in the upcoming entry.
And as per the leak, the mode will enable players to revisit the remastered versions of classic maps in the iconic franchise.
“The movement and stuff like that are going to be the same, but you’re essentially playing on a remastered map with different weapons and vehicles from past Battlefield titles.”
While there is no official detail over this ‘mystery mode,’ Battlefield 2042 will indeed have it as the main attraction.
A few days back, the developers also shared teasing information related to this mode. They mentioned introducing a fresh way of playing the game for those who love the series.
As far as the next installment is concerned, Battlefield 2042 will support 128 players during online multiplayer matches. However, it applies to the latest gen consoles only. On past gen platforms, the title will only support 64 players at once.
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More games coming soon in 2021
While one section of the fans is waiting for Battlefield 2042, most of them are also looking forward to this year’s fresh releases.
It’s going to be a rollercoaster of the second half for 2021 when it comes to AAA offerings.
New World, a new Call of Duty entry, Deathloop, Little Devil Inside, Stray, and The Ascent are also on the list.
However, the colossal line-up extends even further with No More Heroes 3, Scarlet Nexus, and Humankind.
Shadow Warrior 3, Cyber Shadow, Kena: Bridge of Spirits, GhostWire: Tokyo and Back 4 Blood are other crucial launches.
Several recently announced and ambitious projects debuting are The Day Before, Glitchpunk, and Etched Memories.
Coming onto Battlefield 2042, again, then it’s still in development and will launch on October 22. The sixth entry in its franchise will be available for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.
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