For those not a fan of the 128-player battles in Battlefield 2042, rejoice! DICE has heard your plea, and has rolled out the Battlefield 2042 playlist update this December 14 that adds 64-player Conquest and Breakthrough for a limited time for next-gen platforms and PC!
Battlefield 2042 Playlist Update This December 14:
Here’s the announcement from the official Battlefield Direct Communciation Twitter account:
64 Player Conquest and Breakthrough are now available for a limited time in #Battlefield2042 on Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5 and PC👀
Start playing the new experiences right now via the All-Out Warfare menu🎮 pic.twitter.com/kkoBH6103L
— Battlefield Direct Communication (@BattlefieldComm) December 14, 2021
Hopefully, this proves to be a successful experiment that DICE considers leaving it in as permanent. Having said that, I am wondering why Rush wasn’t added in. I mean, surely, this is something players would want, right?
Would you want DICE to keep the 64-player playlists for next-gen platforms? Sound off and let us know!
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