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'Battlefield 2042' Free Season Pass Is Packing A Massive Amount Of Content

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'Battlefield 2042' Free Season Pass Is Packing A Massive Amount Of Content

Details of Battlefield 2042's post-launch content plans have potentially been revealed by a leaker with a proven track record when it comes to all things Battlefield.

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If you've been following Battlefield 2042 over the last year, chances are you're already familiar with Tom Henderson. Clearly the bane of EA right now, Henderson has been leaking details of the latest Battlefield for several months now, and has rarely - if ever - missed. Now, he's taken to Twitter to talk post-launch content, and the good news is that it sounds like it'll all be free.

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Henderson claims that Battlefield 2042 will be taking a leaf out of Call Of Duty's book, releasing completely free seasonal content every few months. He notes that every new season will come with two new maps, a new playable character, story-driven updates, new weapons and vehicles, and two new classic maps for the ambitious-sounding sandbox mode, Portal.

It's worth noting that this has yet to be officially confirmed by EA or DICE, but given the sheer hit-rate of Henderson's claims relating to this game so far? We'd be amazed if it doesn't end up being true. Take a look at everything he had to say below.

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I mean, wow. That's obviously a huge amount of content to be giving away for free, but it just underlines Henderson's belief that the new Battlefield is going to "dominate" when it releases later this year. It's certainly getting harder and harder not to allow ourselves to be swept up by the Battlefield 2042 hype.

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Topics: DICE, Battlefield 2042, EA

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