Battlefield 2042 Hazard Zone Trailer: How To Watch And What To Expect
Hazard Zone is "not your classic battle royale," according to DICE.
EA and developer DICE will release the first trailer for Battlefield 2042's mysterious Hazard Zone mode this Thursday, October 14. A teaser video released on Tuesday contains some clues about Hazard Zone, as the video reveals it is a squad-based mode.
"Every squad for themselves," the video says. "Come prepared."
How To Watch The Battlefield 2042 Reveal Trailer
The reveal trailer for Hazard Zone releases Thursday, October 14 at 8 AM PT / 11 AM ET, and it'll premiere through the video below at that time.
- 8 AM PT
- 11 AM ET
- 4 PM CEST
- 1 AM AEST (Friday, October 15)
What Is Hazard Zone?
We don't know exactly what Hazard Zone is, but the trailer confirms it is squad-based. Additionally, DICE has described it as an "all-new high-stakes multiplayer experience..."
DICE's Oskar Gabrielson teased in July that it's "not your classic battle royale," but is instead aiming to blaze its own trail. Hazard Zone is a "high stakes squad based game mode with a lot of high tension. It's not your classic battle royale, it's a really contemporary mode," he said.
"It's also something the team has been thinking about for many years. It has some really special components, and it really leans into the super powers of Battlefield and DICE at the same time," Gabrielson added.
Hazard Zone is the third pillar of Battlefield 2042's multiplayer-only approach. The other main modes are All-Out Warfare (which includes classic Battlefield modes like Conquest and Breakthrough), as well as Portal. This ambitious-sounding mode lets players create their own maps and modes, and they can mix and match content from previous games, including Bad Company 2.
After a delay, Battlefield 2042 is now scheduled to arrive on November 19 across console and PC.
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