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Battlefield 2042 – Update 2.2 for Season 2: Master of Arms

Hi everyone,

We’re about to head into the second major game update for Season 2: Master of Arms. We hope you continue to enjoy everything new so far in this Season.

Update 2.2 for Season 2: Master of Arms releases on Thursday, October 20 @ 08:00 UTC.

Here’s an overview of some of the key changes and improvements that are included in this Update:

  • A reworked version of Orbital with an improved gameplay flow, more cover and assets, and terrain improvements
  • 3 new Vault Weapons enter the All-Out Warfare arsenal; the ACW-R, AKS-74u and MP412 REX
  • Premium Battle Pass holders will have the option to keep their servers visible in the Server Browser via the new Persistent Servers Feature even when they’re not playing
  • Laser Sight behavior on weaponry has received improved visuals and is now more fluid and reactive with movement

With a new reworked map and 3 new Vault weapons available for play alongside a variety of changes and improvements, we’re looking forward to hearing your feedback once you’ve been able to play.

BF2042 Season 2

Battlefield 2042 Dev Update

Battlefield 2042 v1.2

Being just over halfway into Season 1, we hope you continue to enjoy the new content and are having a great summer. This week, Update 1.2 launches and we are excited about getting these new changes and improvements into your hands. It will be available to download and play on Tuesday, August 2.

What’s new?

This update includes not only new bug fixes, balance changes and Quality of Life improvements, but also the first of our planned launch map reworks, alongside the initial Style and Tone changes for some of our Specialists:

  • Kaleidoscope has been reworked to offer an improved gameplay flow through new cover assets, flag positions, terrain elevations and visual updates to several locations on the map
  • We are introducing the first Style and Tone change for our Specialists, which includes several updated character models
  • The power of the RAH-68 Huron and YG-99 Hannibal 30mm Cannon has been reduced by making it overheat at a much faster rate. This will help to limit their impact on infantry and bring it more inline with our balance
  • A Player Profile and Statistics page is now available in-game. It provides an overview of your performance and progression since launch
  • Aim Assist on Controllers has been adjusted to ensure it feels smoother and more consistent while tracking moving targets
  • The BSV-M Full Auto mode now receives an accuracy penalty, and High Power rounds now lose damage faster over distance

The full list of changes for Update 1.2 is available in the Changelog below.

When is the next update?

Battlefield Briefing – Welcome to Battlefield Portal


Earlier this year we shared with you a first look at Battlefield™ Portal – our love letter to Battlefield fans that allows you to define the experience you’ll have in Battlefield 2042. Alongside classic content from Battlefield™ 3, Battlefield Bad Company™ 2, and Battlefield™ 1942, you’re able to create new ways to play, whether that’s recreating classic experiences on reimagined maps, or combining the world of 2042 with our past.

Source: Official Battlefield2042 Site

Specialists Gameplay

BF 2042 Stuff?

Welcome to Battlefield 2042

Battlefield Briefing_ Welcome to 2042 Header




Get ready for the next generation of all-out warfare!


You’ve learned a lot about Battlefield 2042 over the past few days, through our Reveal Trailer, Gameplay Trailer (which is still just Pre-Alpha footage, by the way) and via our website. We’ll have plenty more to discuss in the months ahead, but first it’s time to recap everything we’ve talked about so far.


Battlefield Briefing_ Welcome to 2042 - Scale & Warfare


Battlefield is bigger than ever. Using the power of new generation consoles and latest PC hardware each match will feature up to 128 players on Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, PlayStation® 5 and PC. On Xbox One, and PlayStation® 4, maps and modes will be optimized for a 64-player experience.


Three Distinct Multiplayer Experiences


Within Battlefield 2042’s All-Out Warfare experience, fan-favorites Conquest and Breakthrough once again make their return.

In Conquest, two teams fight to control various points on the map in order to reduce the enemy’s strength to nothing. Breakthrough pits a team of attackers against defenders, with attackers having to capture all sectors on the map to overcome the defenders and win.


Battlefield Briefing_ Welcome to 2042 - Conquest Sectors Example

Conquest is bigger than ever, with multiple Sectors (each Sector containing several control points) ensuring battles are constantly happening all over the map during a match

Battlefield 2042 GamePlay!!

Battlefield 2042 Trailer