Battlefield 2042: Release Date, Trailer, Leaks, Setting, PS4 And Everything You Need To Know

Battlefield 2042

Battlefield 2042 is due to launch this year and is next in line in EA’s successful wartime franchise.

Typically an all-out military warzone experience with up to 64 players, it is an exciting time for the American gaming organisation to team up with DICE once more to produce arguably one of the best first-person shooters that money can buy.

The first Battlefield, titled “1942,” was released back in September 2002 for Microsoft PC and OS X, and has gone on to become a phenomenal success with the following 10 main releases, with a significant number of spin-off games during that timeframe.

Information is still limited regarding Battlefield 6 and we will update this article once more details are revealed by EA and DICE.

Here is everything you need to know about Battlefield 6:

Latest News

UPDATE 6th October: A great new feature that is going to be on one of the multiplayer maps will be tested during the beta.

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UPDATE: 5th October: We have revealed the details around the Hazard game mode, including some of the achievements you can unlock.

Read More: Battlefield 2042: Full Details Revealed around Hazard Zone Game Mode

UPDATE: 5th October: EA and DICE may have a huge problem on their hands ahead of their hugely anticipated beta.

Read more: Battlefield 2042: Reports suggest hackers already present in technical playtest

EA and DICE may have a huge problem on their hands ahead of their hugely anticipated beta.

UPDATE 30th September: Leaks have revealed the way the level progression system will work in Battlefield.

Read More: Battlefield 2042: Level Progression System Leaked

UPDATE 29th September: Battlefield have revealed some great cosmetics through some images on social media.

Read More: Battlefield 2042: Crazy Cosmetics Revealed Through Official Images

UPDATE 17th September: The launch date of the Ultimate and Gold editions of the game have been revealed.

Read More: Battlefield 2042: Launch Date For Gold and Ultimate Editions Officially Revealed

Release Date

The release date for Battlefield 2042 is 19th November 2021.


According to the game’s official Twitter account, the first Battlefield 2042 reveal trailer could be shown in June, which should finally give us an insight in terms of what we should expect from their latest creation.

They provided a teasing tweet that simply said: “Words that rhyme with Soon. June. Boom.”

It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to work out that this means the first look into Battlefield 6 is coming very soon. It would be a huge surprise if this wasn’t the first trailer.


7th June: Battlefield 2042 is on the verge of being unveiled to the world and warnings are already being issued beforehand.

Read more: Battlefield 2042: Leaker issues next-gen warning as reveal trailer approaches

4th June: Many have been speculating whether microtransactions will make a return to Battlefield for the sixth instalment of the franchise, after the controversy EA caused by adding them to the last game.

Read more: Battlefield 6: Will microtransactions be included?

19th May: Tom Henderson is a prominent leaker as far as Battlefield is concerned, and confirmed that images leaked online on 17th May were authentic, in what appeared to be from the upcoming reveal trailer promised to us in June.

Alarivdhuman attempted to clean up the pictures in what doesn’t really show us or tell us a great deal at this time. While there has been plenty of whispers regarding robotic dogs and other cutting edge devices, it remains to be seen whether this image shows exactly that.

Please refer to the Latest News section for any breaking Battlefield 2042 developments.


Battlefield 2042 will be set 21 years in the future and will feature an array of futuristic weapons and gadgets scampering around the battlegrounds.


The maps in Battlefield V were seismic to begin with, imagining that they could get any larger than they already are is difficult to comprehend. But there has been a rumour circulating online that this could, in fact, be the case.

Various sources on Twitter have indicated that there could be servers designed to have as many as 128 players in one game, meaning 64v64 combat. Nothing has been officially confirmed on this subject, but this is something to get incredibly about for all those Battlefield fans.

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