Battlefield 2042 is free!
by SEAD DEDOVIC | VIEW 162
There has been a slight increase in the number of players in Battlefield 2042 due to the third season of the game starting recently. In other words, this is a fix for a multiplayer shooter that was released last year at this time in a disastrous state that has been fixed.
Fortunately, some of those issues have been resolved since then, and you can take a look at the game for yourself and judge whether or not you want to give it a pass without spending any money. There is currently a free trial weekend on Battlefield 2042 where you can try out the game for free on PC (Steam, EA App) or on Xbox consoles, during which you will be able to play it for free.
There will be free play happening over the weekend of December 4 and 5 until 7 p.m. on Monday, December 5. From 12/16 to 12/23, PlayStation console users will be able to play Battlefield 2042 for free after a few days, from 12/16 to 12/23 on PlayStation consoles.
There is no doubt that DICE are hard at work on the new seasons, which they said in their statement. In early 2023, they have confirmed that the fourth season will bring a new specialist as well as new maps to the game, one of which will be related to Battlefield 4 in some way.
The fourth season of the game is said to feature smaller maps focused on close combat in small spaces, which will allow for more focused teamwork. There will be a number of new weapons and maps in the fifth season, which will be released later in 2023, but there will not be a number of new specialists.
Additionally, the map that will be used in the fifth season will be influenced by the "forgotten battlefield" from the Battlefield 4 game. The 3.2 update is set for early next year, and with it, classes will be introduced into the game in a way that will break down the existing specialists into four categories: assault, recon, support and engineering.