The Call of Duty CRUSHER? - Battlefield 2042 Beta Review!!

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Every year there is a debate as to what is the BEST FPS and in 2021 it looks like we may have an early winner! Lets talk about how great the Battlefield 2042 open beta is to PLAY!

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Battlefield 2042 is an upcoming first-person shooter video game developed by DICE and published by Electronic Arts. It is the seventeenth installment in the Battlefield series and the successor to 2018's Battlefield V. The game is scheduled to be released on November 19, 2021, for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X and Series S. Unlike recent Battlefield games, Battlefield 2042 will be merely multiplayer and will not have a single-player campaign and will feature cross-platform play, a first in the series. Similar to its predecessors, Battlefield 2042 is a multiplayer-focused first-person shooter. As the game is set in the near future, it features futuristic weapons and gadgets like deployable turrets and drones, as well as vehicles that players can commandeer.[1] Players can now request a vehicle air-drop to any location. The game also introduces a new "Plus" system which allows players to customize their weapons on the spot. The class system was significantly overhauled. In this video DreamcastGuy does a review of the new Open beta for the game while talking over gameplay in a review style format. The game will feature seven maps at launch. The game has three main gameplay modes. "All-Out Warfare" encompasses "Breakthrough" and "Conquest", two staple modes of the series. In Conquest, two teams combat against each other to capture control points; once control points in a sector are captured, the team will control said sector. In Breakthrough, one team must try to capture another team's control points, while another team must defend them.[6] Both modes can be played with and against artificial intelligence. The PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X and Series S versions support 128 players, whereas the PS4 and Xbox One versions only support 64 players.[8] Other modes included in the game are a cooperative multiplayer mode called Hazard Zone, and a community-driven platform called Battlefield Portal. Portal allows players to create customized multiplayer modes and features select maps from past Battlefield games. In addition, players will be able to modify core gameplay elements such as health, weapon loadouts, and movement through a web-based scripting application.[
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