Tomorrow, Tuesday, June 7, at 5:00 p.m. USApeninsular time, the first gameplay trailer for Battlefield 2042 will arrive in its first season. According to sources, Season 1 will kick off on Thursday, June 9 in Battlefield 2042 on PS5, Xbox Series X, PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
The Summer Game Fest week You will also have news of one of the main games of last year’s events: Battlefield 2042. And it is that, a year after its announcement and half a year since its launch, EA’s war shooter is getting its first season.
Through Twitter they have confirmed that the first trailer for Season 1 of Battlefield 2042 will be released tomorrow Tuesday, June 7, at 5:00 p.m. USApeninsular time (CEST). You can watch it on this YouTube link.
The trailer of the battlefield 2042 season 1 It will arrive just one day before the first trailer for Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2, this year’s installment.
Season 1: Zero Hour
Gameplay trailer on June 7
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DICE has already been anticipating the imminent arrival of Battlefield 2042 Season 1 for several days this June, confirming the first season passes in Battlefield history, both free and premium.
With its first gameplay trailer, tomorrow will be when we get to know the juiciest news of Season 1, which will include a new operator and a new map. But in reality, DICE already explained other new features of the season almost two weeks ago: gameplay adjustments and reforms in existing maps.
At the moment, the first season will have a new map, but another of the old ones, Kaleidoscope, has undergone numerous changes such as the elimination or movement of structures or transfer of flags and redefinition of areas that help improve the pace of games
Battlefield 2042 Season 1 could start on June 9
According to the Battlefield 2042 dataminer, this new season will include a new specialist, the Polish Ewelina Lis; a new map called Exposure (and which was already discussed at the beginning of the year); new vehicles (helicopters) and the aforementioned battle passes.
According to Tom Henderson’s sources at Try Hard Guides, Season 1 would begin just two days later, on June 9. In fact, it seems that tomorrow we will not have just one trailer, but three, including videos dedicated to the specialist Ewalina Lis and the battle pass, followed by the impressions of some influencers.