Battlefield 2042 Confirms All Vehicles Will Be Available

 

Battlefield 2042 Confirms All Vehicles Will Be Available

In the last 15 years we have experienced a huge evolution in the FPS genre . Today's games have nothing to do with the polygonal settings and pixelated enemies of the original Doom or Golden Eye, although they did set a brilliant path forward . Now, we can integrate ourselves into authentic mass battles in which the map and the vehicles can help us take advantage of the enemy. By the way, speaking of which, something very characteristic of the Battlefield saga: we already know all the vehicles that will be available in Battlefield 2042 , the next installment of EA's shooter.


Battlefield 2042 is EA's new proposal for those who love shooters with tactical components . This installment, which will hit the market on October 21, is once again given a facelift compared to its previous installment to further polish the mechanics and actions available in the game. In addition, they are quite clear that they must transition to the game as a service , so this title could be continued for years .


The list of confirmed vehicles is as follows . There may be some additions to the release of Battlefield 2042, but these are currently the ones that will be available:


  • AH640GX Apache Warchief Attack Helicopter.
  • MD540 Nightbird Helicopter.
  • F-35E Panther Jet.
  • SU-57 Elon Jet.
  • MV38-Condor.
  • E6-JGR Recon.
  • Hovercraft.
  • Quad Bike / ATV.
  • M1A5 Tank.
  • T28 Tank.
  • Futuristic Three-Wheeled Auto Rickshaw.

Battlefield 2042 will also have both cross-play and cross-progress , so we can continue in the same profile through different platforms , in addition to being able to play against PC from another console, and vice versa, in addition to among other consoles. This title, which will arrive on October 21 of this year , will play an important role in the transition that shooters are experiencing since the rise of F2P and battle royale. Gaming as a service has become more important than ever.

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