DICE shows a bit more of Portal, the new Battlefield 2042 game mode

Portal Battlefield 2042

The most recent trailer for Battlefield 2042’s new game mode is a blizzard of bullets, explosions, and space-time glitches.

November is a busy month in the gaming industry with new Pokémon remasters, Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition, Call of Duty: Vanguard (which is out today), and Battlefield 2042 all releasing. Concerning Battlefield 2042, Dice has released a new trailer for Portal, the game mode in which we will interact with various warriors, weapons, and vehicles from previous versions of the franchise in various settings.

Fun with guns and space-time glitches

Clearly, Dice’s objective with Portal in Battlefield 2042 is to forego the competition and instead provide an experience that promotes enjoyment above all else. This is because, due to the differences in weaponry from various eras, there is an imbalance that would make hosting competitive games exceedingly difficult, although we can’t take anything for granted.

Furthermore, these chaotic clashes will take place on historic maps. For instance, we’ll fight at the Battle of the Bulge and El Alamein from Battlefield 1942; Valparaiso and Arica Harbor from Battlefield Bad Company 2; and the Noshahr Canals and Caspian Border from Battlefield 3.

When it comes to Battlefield 2042, Portal is one of DICE’s most essential initiatives since they realize what a jewel they have on their hands. Portal, on the other hand, is slated to acquire fresh content as a result of the game’s seasonal model.

Battlefield 2042, one of the year’s most anticipated titles, will be available on November 19. However, if you have an Xbox Game Pass subscription, you will be able to enjoy it before that date due to EA Play. The game will be released on PS4, Xbox One, PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.

Watch the new trailer of the new game mode ‘Portal’ down below!

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