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Battlefield 2042 Exodus Short Film Released

Battlefield 2042 Exodus

Electronic Arts have released the Exodus short film for the upcoming military multiplayer FPS game Battlefield 2042.

As previously reported, the game features massive 128 player battles, as the proxy wars between the US and Russia turn into outright conflict. Use near-future weapons, call upon specialists, customize your weapons mid-battle, and massive storms that turn the fights on their head.

While there is no campaign mode, a nine minute short film Exodus help explain the game’s setting. Taking place at the inciting incident of the war between the US and Russia, Battlefield 4′s Kimble “Irish” Graves must make tough choices between the lives of those fleeing conflicts, and the future of the Non-Patriated.

You can find that and the rundown on the trailer below.

“Battlefield 4’s Kimble ‘Irish’ Graves returns – no longer a Marine, but the commander of the No-Pat vessel Exodus, forced to choose between the lives of the 200 refugees on his boat and the future of all the Non-Patriated. Witness the events that will trigger an all-out war in this standalone short film set in the World of 2042”

Battlefield 2042 launches October 22nd for Windows PC (via the Epic Games Store, Origin, and Steam), PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.

You can find the full rundown (via Steam).

Battlefield 2042 is a first-person shooter that marks the return to the iconic all-out warfare of the franchise. In a near-future world transformed by disorder, adapt and overcome dynamically-changing battlegrounds with the help of your squad and a cutting-edge arsenal.

With support for 128 players, Battlefield 2042 brings unprecedented scale on vast battlegrounds across the globe. Players will take on several massive experiences, from updated multiplayer modes like Conquest and Breakthrough to the all-new Hazard Zone.

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