Dominik Kaufmann | 09/12/2022 – 3:19 p.m
The first “Battlefield” spin-off came out 20 years ago. To celebrate the occasion, Battlefield 2042 players can pick up small gifts.
The “Battlefield” series is 20 years old as of last Saturday! On September 10, 2022, Battlefield 1942 was released for PC. To celebrate this anniversary, owners of the current spin-off can pick up some gifts until the end of the month.
You have to hurry for the first item: Only today you can get the weapon pendant “Little Trouble” for free. Incidentally, EA gives you five player cards for the first time you log in.
The next gift will be available tomorrow. You then have one week to secure “Antarctic Patrol”. This is also a weapon trailer. Finally, between September 20th and September 27th, you’ll get weapon charm number three: Crab Rave.
All Battlefield offshoots at a glance
Numerous offshoots of the popular shooter series have come onto the market over the past 20 years. Here is a chronological overview.
Battlefield 1942 (2002)
Battlefield Vietnam (2004)
Battlefield 2 (2005)
Battlefield 2: Modern Combat (2005)
Battlefield 2142 (2006)
Battlefield: Bad Company (2008)
Battlefield: Heroes (2009)
Battlefield 1943 (2009)
Battlefield: Bad Company 2 (2010)
Battlefield Online (2010)
Battlefield 3 (2011)
Battlefield Play4Free (2011)
Battlefield 4 (2013)
Battlefield: Hardline (2015)
Battlefield 1 (2016)
Battlefield V (2018)
Battlefield 2042 (2021)
There is no end in sight. A successor has been in development since March of this year. It is possible that several innovations of the heavily criticized “Battlefield 2042” will be reversed. In addition, a newly founded studio is working on a single-player campaign that is completely missing in the current part.
Battlefield 2042 is currently in its second season and will continue to be supported. At least four seasons are planned, after which the online shooter could continue to get new content. The senior producer announced this in June.
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