Reliable leakers assure that Battlefield 2042’s redacted third mode remasters old maps.
At the time of the Battlefield 2042 announcement, earlier in the month, EA unveiled three main game modes: All-Out Warfare, which includes classics such as Breakthrough and Conquest; Hazard Zone, which players have yet to see; and a secret mode.
Tom Henderson, a leaker who has proven accurate on most Battlefield 2042 topics so far, claims the game’s the BattleHub, and it features the classic Battlefield maps.
Although he does not provide a comprehensive description, he claims it contains remasters of old maps from older Battlefield titles, as well as the move of specialists to the Battlefield Hub.
Neither EA nor DICE have provided any further details other than that this mode is a love letter to the Battlefield community and a new way to play the game.
In his review of BattleHub, Henderson describes it as the ‘ultimate sandbox experience,’ but that won’t be true for all of the older maps, since some of them are quite small.
There’s a possibility that the mode will be expanded via the game’s Battle Passes, meaning more maps, vehicles, and weapons will be added as the game releases.
If you don’t use one of the modes then you won’t have to use a lot of space on your hard drive. These modes can reportedly be installed separately, just like Call Of Duty.
Henderson admits he has fewer sources for this information than he does for some of his other leaks, with many of his usual sources unsure of what the secret mode is.
Henderson does however add that there is at least 7 more trailers for Battlefield 2042 in the works which we can’t wait to reveal!
Thus, all of the above information could be incorrect, although at present it does sound plausible.