Just a few days ago, DICE unveiled the remaining Specialists set to be playable in Battlefield 2042 come launch. One of the said Specialists revealed was Emma “Sundance” Rosier, which we can now confirm is a non-binary when it comes to gender.
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This was confirmed by DICE Community Manager Adam Freeman over on Twitter. When asked if Sundance was non-binary given the way pronouns were used, Freeman confirmed this.
Yep. Sundance is non-binary and uses the Pronouns They/Them.
— Freeman 🇸🇪 (@PartWelsh) October 21, 2021
For those not familiar with non-binary (short explanation is that it is a gender identity that is neither male or female), you can read up on it here.
Now, for those who played the Battlefield 2042 beta, and found that reviving teammates were a tad too slow, and felt a bit off, rejoice! DICE Core Gameplay Designer Florian Le Bihan has confirmed that not only are revives faster, but they offer “better feedback” as well, which is something that was sorely needed. I forgot how many times I revived someone and I wasn’t sure if it worked or not until after I see my teammate stand back up again.
Yes, many changes to make this experience faster with better feedback too 🙂
— Florian – DRUNKKZ3 (@DRUNKKZ3) October 21, 2021
Hopefully, more news regarding other gameplay-related changes are revealed soon. Speaking of which, you can read about the beta changes and feedback DICE has made right here.
Battlefield 2042 will be out this November 19 on the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.
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