Battlefield 2042: Level Progression System leaked

Battlefield 2042

A lot of gamers are getting excited about the release of Battlefield 2042 and the level progression system for the game has been leaked.

The futuristic action game looks set to be a lot of fun, but there was some frustration due to the fact that the game has been postponed. It will now be released on Friday 19th November 2021.

We have seen gameplay footage, trailers and there has also been some leaks around Battlefield 2042 for gamers to have a look at.

Hopefully the game won’t be further postponed, as it will now have to compete with the release of Call of Duty Vanguard, another huge game coming out in November.

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Level Progression System for Battlefield 2042 Leaked

All of the biggest and successful games have a multiplayer which has a level progression system to give players something to grind throughout the course of the game.

Battlefield 2042 will be exactly the same and thanks to @TheMW2Ghost on Twitter, we have found out the exact way this progression system works.

The levels will apparently go from 0-99, and once you are able to reach Level 99, you will be able to continue leveling up through levels which are called S-levels. These will start at S001 and end at S999.

This reveals that the level progression system will be a tough one to get to and will take a lot of time, but this is a very good thing for a multiplayer game as big as Battlefield to have.

The franchise is highly successful, and it is not the only Battlefield game coming out in the near future as Battlefield Mobile will be coming out in early 2022.

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It is good to see the developers branch out to a mobile game and no doubt it will be one of the best around when it releases.

No doubt as the gaming community climbs up through the ranks in Battlefield, they will be able to receive unlockable rewards and XP.

The developers might be slightly worried about the reaction to the game being postponed, but it is better to delay a game with a new release date than release it with bugs and issues.

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