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Today sees the early access release of Battlefield 2042, the latest instalment of DICE’s flagship first-person shooter franchise.
Battlefield 2042 is a little different to its recent predecessors; it features several multiplayer online game modes, but doesn’t include a single-player campaign. Set in the near future, it puts a cutting-edge spin on the series’ military formula, giving players new weapons and vehicles to battle with across new and returning locations.
While the Gold and Ultimate editions launch today, as well as the EA Play trial for subscribers, players that just want the standard edition of the game will need