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With Battlefield 4’s Kimble “Irish” Graves (played by Michael K. Williams) making an appearance in the new Battlefield 2042 short film called 'Exodus'. It not only lays the foundation for a future where the U.S. and Russia are on the brink of all out war, but how No-Pat 'Specialists' are looking to simply survive.

Check it out.

Electronic Arts and DICE have released “Exodus,” a short film providing a closer look at what started the No-Pat Civil War in Battlefield 2042 as well as introducing its rich cast of playable No-Pat characters known as Specialists. Most notably, “Exodus” reintroduces an old friend for fans of the series with Battlefield 4’s Kimble “Irish” Graves, played by Michael K. Williams, returning to 2042 as a playable No-Pat Specialist. Exodus also introduces the mysterious “Oz,” who clashes with Irish over the future of the No-Pats and sows the seeds of conflict. The narrative will continue to evolve over time as more Specialists join the conflict, each with their own story to tell, and pull players deeper into the world and lore of Battlefield 2042.

And with that Irish is the next Specialist to join Battlefield 2042 (you can see the first four here)

Class: Engineer
Specialty: Fortification System
Trait: Veteran

The Fortification System includes DCS Deployable Cover and APS-36 Shootdown Sentinel - which is a device that can negate any incoming rocket fire. Very handy. Specialists will be broken up into categories based on classic Battlefield classes -- Assault, Medic, Support, Recon. But unlike classes, players will be free to customise Specialist loadouts with any weapon, secondary and throw-able they choose. Irish is the fifth of 10 planened for launch, and as per the Exodus Short Film, Battlefield 2042's story and evolving narrative will be tied to Specialists -- very cool.

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