In Battlefield 2042, nothing matters.
With 128 players scurrying around gargantuan maps at a time, scrambling to grab objectives, a single individual doesn’t make much of an impact. Each expat is a cog in a giant war machine as factions rally for control. When one soldier dies, it’s a “next man up” situation as a new one spawns in, ready to fight and likely die.
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