Battlefield data miner Temporyal claims to have discovered 12 weeks of pre-season weekly objectives in the game client, which he claims to have discovered.
This means that the first season will premiere in March.
Many gamers believe that the game is already devoid of material, therefore that’s a long time to be waiting for fresh stuff to arrive. While Activision Blizzard has been in upheaval, the first season of Call of Duty: Vanguard was launched earlier in the month.
As a result, it seems logical that EA DICE has postponed the first season of Battlefield 2042 in order to focus on problem corrections and polishing the entire product.
According to dataminers, “Exposure” will be the name of the new map for the first season, and it will be located at a British Columbia research facility.
For those who don’t want to miss out on the pre-match discourse, they’ve also incorporated it into the game.
The #Battlefield2042 client includes weekly missions for 12 preseason weeks.
🗓️ Season 1 seems to be scheduled for March 2022 (unless they’ve added a few weeks as “backup”).
🇨🇦 “Exposure” is probably the final name for the previously datamined “Ridge” map.
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— temporyal (@temporyal) December 19, 2021
Last week also saw the debut of Battlefield 2042’s Christmas event, in which players wore Santa and Elf masks and battled in an infected-style scenario.