On January 31, the Battlefield 2042 update 3.2 was released, featuring a revamped classic class system

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 With the recent update, each Specialist in Battlefield 2042 has been designated to a Battlefield class that signifies the type of gameplay each Specialist is meant to embody.

Battlefield 2042: In Summary

DICE is the brains behind the creation of Battlefield 2042, the twelfth primary Battlefield first-person shooter, multiplayer video game published by Electronic Arts on November 19, 2021. Battlefield 2042 is available on various platforms, including PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Windows, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

One of the notable features of Battlefield 2042 is that it is mainly a multiplayer game with no single-player campaign. This is a departure from previous games in the series, which usually had both multiplayer and single-player modes. Another important feature of the game is its support for cross-platform play, a first in the Battlefield series.

However, despite its new features, Battlefield 2042 received mixed reviews from critics. The game was criticized for its technical issues, limited features, and certain changes to the gameplay. Overall, the game received a negative reception from players due to its many shortcomings.

On the other hand, thanks to the most recent update, there is a glimmer of hope for fans who have long been agitating for much needed improvements in the game.

Battlefield 2042 Update 3.2 adds Structure and Enhances Players Gaming Experience

The latest update to Battlefield 2042 adds much needed structure and enhances the overall gameplay experience of players.

The update includes the return of the classic ‘Class System’, where each Specialist is now assigned to a specific class that determines the expected gameplay behavior and equipment available to them. This aims to provide structure and readability in encounters. The default controller layout has also been changed, and players are advised to familiarize themselves with these changes before starting a match.

Battlefield 2042: the major upgrade

The map “Breakaway” has also undergone changes, with its size being reduced to create more intense encounters and significantly improve navigation. The workers’ village has been fortified, and the military presence in the area has been increased to also aid in navigation as well as reduce the distance between capture points.

The thermal scopes have been included to the game with improved technical and engine enhancements, and the NVK-Box suppressor, a new suppressor that is made of two suppressors welded together, has been introduced for the NVK-S22. The active protection system for the M1A5 and T28 is now available.

Air vehicles are now immune to lock-ons from vehicle-based weaponry if they fly below 30 meters from the ground, with height restrictions being imposed on helicopters to prevent pilots from flying high and unleashing havoc.

New weapons such as the M39 EMR, MTAR-21, and PP-2000 have been added to the game, along with various other changes and fixes to gadgets, the Battlefield Portal, and gameplay flow.

A final word

In conclusion, it is with high hopes that the latest updates and changes in Battlefield 2042 will exceed the expectations of the gaming community. 

The introduction of the class system, changes to the maps, new weapons, and various other enhancements are aimed at improving the overall gameplay experience. 

Let’s hope that these improvements will attract a larger player base and bring in the much-needed revenue to the developer, DICE. 

The return of classic features, along with the new, innovative elements, is sure to make Battlefield 2042 a top choice among fans of the multiplayer first-person shooter game.

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