Post by KostaAndreadis @ 10:44am 23/07/21 | 0 Comments
Battlefield 2042 is launching with three distinct multiplayer modes. All-Out Warfare from DICE presents spectacular near future 128-player action. With Battlefield Portal from Ripple Effect bringing together the past, present, and future.
Here's the trailer.
What is Battlefield Portal?
Battlefield Portal is being developed by Ripple Effect, the studio formerly known as DICE LA. And as a game mode, Portal is all about community and celebrating all things Battlefield. It brings together all seven maps from Battlefield 2042’s All-Out Warfare mode alongside six classic maps from Battlefields of yore into one awesome package.
Portal is all about community and celebrating all things Battlefield. It brings together all seven maps from Battlefield 2042’s All-Out Warfare mode alongside six classic maps from Battlefields of yore into one awesome package.
There’s so much Battlefield here it’s a little overwhelming, with two maps from Battlefield 1942, two from Battlefield Bad Company 2, and two more from Battlefield 3. Plus, all weapons, vehicles, classes, and factions from all three of these classic eras are coming along for the ride.
And with all of that players will be able to create their own custom games from a simple-to-use web browser interface. Battlefield 1942 factions going up against 2042’s Specialists in a near future setting? Not a problem. And with the Builder and in-depth Logic Editor players will also be able to drill down and customise everything from what gadgets appear to how weapons behave.
So many customisation options will be available that the community will be able to effectively create their own ultimate Battlefield experience. Or, go the opposite route and put 128-players on a small 32-player map.
You know, just to see what would happen.
Battlefield Portal will fully support cross-play and feature Official Experiences curated by the development team to recreate some of the greatest battles covering Conquest, Rush, and Team Deathmatch.