Battlefield 2042 – short film Exodus

Electronic Arts and DICE have released the short film “Exodus”, which gives a deeper insight into the beginnings of the civil war in Battlefield 2042 and introduces the numerous playable no-pat characters, which are also known as specialists.

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Above all, an old friend from Battlefield 4 returns in the “Exodus” short film: Kimble “Irish” Graves, played by Michael K. Williams, who is a playable no-pat specialist in Battlefield 2042. In addition, “Exodus” introduces the mysterious “Oz”, who clashes with Irish over the future of the No-Pats and stirs up conflicts. The story will continue to evolve as more specialists join the conflict with their own stories and draw us deeper into the world of Battlefield 2042.

The Multiplayer

Thanks to the gripping multiplayer offering with three different game experiences, the story of Battlefield 2042 is told in a completely new way for the series. In this new chapter of Battlefield we enter a captivating world that we experience from the perspective of the specialists and their experiences on the battlefield. we can now expect this immersive and modern storytelling from Battlefield, so that the stories of the specialists allow us to immerse us deeply into the universe of Battlefield 2042, both with and without a controller in hand.

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