Last week, DICE announced the first big Battlefield map for 2018, an expansion to the “Battlefield 1 Anniversary” Battlefest, the company’s annual celebration of the game’s launch in October 2016. “Operation Quicksilver” takes the popular game mode from “Fog of War” to “Battlefield 1’s” new “Star Wars” themed Battlefest maps, and will be free for all players to play, both on Xbox One and on Origin. What’s more, the new map is centered around a new in-game location called the Battle of Vasto, a battle from the “Star Wars” films that has become a popular spot for players to gather together.

The Battlefield franchise has come a long way since its origins as a PC multiplayer first-person shooter. The series has grown so much that it was ported to current consoles and remakes are frequently released. This year’s Battlefield Bundle brings some of the best Battlefield games together for a very affordable price. The bundle includes Battlefield 3, BF4, and Battlefield Hardline, with all of them being available for a low price of $43.99. Each game contains a wide variety of game modes along with a solid multiplayer engine.

Battlefield 1942, the latest expansion pack for Battlefield 2, is out now on PC. It’s priced at $10, a 10% discount from the regular price, and the digital version comes with over $50 of Battlefield 2142 DLC. If you’re interested in getting the expansion pack, the link to the store page is http://battlefielddownloads.ea.com/battlefield-portal/ .

Battlefield-2042-Gamers-Heroes Battlefield Portal, a brand-new, community-driven platform, will be available in Battlefield 2042, according to EA Play Live 2021.

Players will be able to create, share, and discover battles from the Battlefield series’ past, present, and future via the Battlefield Portal.

With the trailer below, see how players will be able to alter the laws of war:

Official Trailer for Battlefield 2042 | Battlefield Portal

Battlefield 2042, set in the near future, will include advanced weaponry and gadgets like deployable turrets and drones, as well as vehicles that players may hijack. The game will enable 128 person fights on the PlayStation 5, Xbox One X, and PC. Players will be able to choose between All-Out Warfare and Hazard, with a third option to be revealed later.

On October 22, 2021, Battlefield 2042 will be released on the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. Starting October 15, EA Play Pro members will have full access to the Battlefield 2042 Ultimate Edition, as well as early access to the Open Beta.

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Battlefield Portal Announced

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Battlefield Portal, a brand-new, community-driven platform, will debut in Battlefield 2042, according to EA Play Live 2021.

Lost in Random Gameplay Trailer Released

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A new gameplay video for Zoink Games’ Lost in Random debuted today at EA Play Live 2021.

Dead Space Remake Announced

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The sci-fi survival horror classic Dead Space will be brought back by Motive Studios, as announced at EA Play Live 2021.

GRID Legends Coming in 2022

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Codemasters will return to the GRID series with the release of GRID Legends in 2022, as announced at EA Play Live 2021.

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