Battlefield 2042 Season 1 Pass content has been revealed

Electronic Arts and the Battlefield development team recently revealed the contents of the very controversial Battlefield 2042 first season pass. Thus, in ‘Battlefield 2042 Season 1: Zero Hour’, you will find a new map, a new specialist, new vehicles and new additions to your arsenal.

The new exhibition map takes you to the Canadian Rockies where you will have to traverse a severe vertical environment. This will lead to violent ground-to-air clashes and infantry battles. This map will be available in “All-Out Warfare” and “Portal” modes.

In addition to the new map, you will be able to embody the character of Ewelin Lis, the new specialist and expert in combat against vehicles. Ewelina Lis joined the Polish Elite Forces (GROM) at the age of 21. This dedicated, reckless and honorable fighter is capable of overcoming (or destroying) all obstacles. She will use her skills to track down the armored vehicles located at a certain distance and mark them on the map. In addition, it will be able to use the G-84 TGM armed with a guided missile to detonate air and land vehicles.

Thanks to Season 1, you’ll also be able to drive new vehicles including the RAH-68 Huron as well as YG-99 Hannibal Gunships. You’ll also be able to wield the Ghostmaker R10 crossbow, DMR BSV-M, and the new smoke grenade launcher.

It’s a date on the battlefield on June 9 with the arrival of the Zero Hour Season 1 Pass that will also fix some bugs.

To access the free Season Pass, you must have completed all Battlefield 2042 updates. The Premium Season Pass is sold separately, so in addition to completing all updates, purchase it. If you took the ‘Gold’ or ‘Ultimate’ editions, the Season 1 Pass will be included in your game edition.

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