Battlefield 2042: Season 2 is called “Master of Arms” – gameplay today

Battlefield 2042: First Season starts on June 9th, new trailers will appear tomorrow


from Rhonda Bachman
Last Monday, the developers of Battlefield 2042 already informed about the upcoming content of the shooter. But now it’s getting more concrete, because the devs announced the unveiling of the gameplay of the upcoming second season, which will be called “Master of Arms”, for tonight at 5 p.m.

Last Monday, the developers of Battlefield 2042 had already provided a rough overview of what players can expect from the shooter in the coming seasons. Not only was the next second season discussed, but the return of the class system, which is expected to be introduced with Season 3 in Battlefield 2042, was also revealed. But now the second season is coming up, which will be called “Master of Arms”. What the players can expect will be revealed tonight with a new gameplay trailer.

Developers announce gameplay trailer for “Master of Arms”.

On August 25 at 5 p.m. German time, the second season of Battlefield 2042 will be revealed in a new video on YouTube. The release date will probably also be revealed. Because apart from the fact that Season 2 of Battlefield 2042 should start in September, no fixed date is known yet.

However, the developers have already revealed that the shooter will be expanded with a new map in the coming season. According to dataminer temporyal, this will be called Stranded and will be based in Panama. Players will reportedly be able to fight at an artificial lake on top of a dam, in locks and in a stranded ship.

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At a later date, a feature for Battlefield 2042 come that many players have wished for. A class system is expected to be added to the shooter in Season 3. All specialists are to be divided into the four classes Assault, Recon, Support and Engineer. The classes are not final yet and may change before release.

Source: via Battlefield Inside

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