Hazard Zone game mode will feature smaller ‘Battlefield 2042’ maps

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New mode will revamp larger multiplayer arenas

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EA has confirmed that Battlefield 2042 The game’s new mode, Hazard Zone, will allow smaller versions of the title to feature much larger multiplayer maps.

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confirmed as loadoutEA has clarified that the seven maps featured in the new mode will be “tailored to the number of smaller players”.


While it doesn’t confirm how big the maps are going to be, the recent beta for Battlefield 2042 Gives us an indication of the size of the large maps, which is important.

The mod, which was revealed on October 14, will see a squad of four enter a map to search for data drives, which are found in these satellites that have crashed to Earth. To obtain these data drives, players will have to contend with other humans and AI occupation forces.

Battlefield 2042. Credits: EA DICE

Battlefield Players may be surprised to learn that the new mode still manages to tie in with the rest of the Battlefield 2042. Set in 2040, a worldwide blackout causes countries to rely on low-orbit satellites to gather intelligence, which are then dropped to Earth.

The satellites then fall into Russian or American territory and can be retrieved by those troops. For no-pats – individuals who have lost their homes and countries to environmental disasters – this data is incredibly valuable, and that’s where the player comes in.

It is possible that EA will share more details Battlefield 2042The third game mode launches next month so fans don’t have to wait for a chance to jump into the Hazard Zone with their squad anytime soon.


Hazard Zone will start simultaneously Battlefield 2042 on 19 November. The game will be available on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5 and PC.

In other news, Xbox Series X mini fridges are already being flipped by scalpers.

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