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    Battlefield 2042 Season 7: A New Chapter Begins in March 2024

      TL;DR: Battlefield 2042, defying typical post-launch patterns, is set to receive a surprising Season 7 in March 2024, extending its support cycle beyond the usual timeframe. This upcoming season, described as "massive," is expected to introduce several new maps, differing from the norm of one new map per season. This decision might be influenced by the game's recent surge in popularity, although current player numbers have returned to pre-Season 6 levels. With the holiday season in full swing, Battlefield 2042 keeps the momentum with its "Holiday Protocol" event, featuring unique modes and rewards.

    Extended Support Defies Expectations

    Contrary to popular belief and past trends, DICE has revealed an exciting development for fans of Battlefield 2042: the game is set to receive a seventh season in March 2024. This announcement comes as a surprise to many, considering that 2024 marks the third year since the game's release, surpassing the typical support cycle for Battlefield titles.

    Season 7: Promising More Content

    DICE's announcement indicates that Season 7 won't be just another update, but a significant addition to the game. Described as "massive," this season is expected to introduce multiple new maps, a departure from the game's usual pattern of adding a single new map per season along with occasional reworks. Whether these maps will be brand new or remakes of classics from previous Battlefield games remains to be seen, but the promise of "a whole load of fresh content" suggests that players can anticipate a substantial expansion.

    Popularity Surge and Future Expectations

    The decision to extend support for Battlefield 2042 may be influenced by the game's recent surge in popularity, which saw it break Steam concurrent records and maintain player interest beyond promotional periods. However, it's noteworthy that player numbers have since reverted to pre-Season 6 levels, with Battlefield 5 currently holding the title of the most popular game in the series on Steam. As the holiday season approaches, Battlefield 2042 aims to keep players engaged with its in-game event, "Holiday Protocol," featuring four unique modes and special weekly rewards.


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    I haven't played Battlefield in a while after 2024 came out as a major disappointment. I dropped the game and never looked back on any development and upgrades they have been working on. It's good seeing they're already on Season 7, so gamers later got something going for them with the game. 

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    On 12/18/2023 at 12:57 AM, Heatman said:

    I haven't played Battlefield in a while after 2024 came out as a major disappointment. I dropped the game and never looked back on any development and upgrades they have been working on. It's good seeing they're already on Season 7, so gamers later got something going for them with the game. 

    It still needs a lot and sadly I see no way that it will ever feel like a great battlefield game.  At best it is turning into a pretty good shooter as a whole, but really lacks a defining experience.

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    On 12/19/2023 at 1:43 PM, Uncrowned Guard said:

    It still needs a lot and sadly I see no way that it will ever feel like a great battlefield game.  At best it is turning into a pretty good shooter as a whole, but really lacks a defining experience.

    This have just turned into the case of how the mighty have fallen because I never saw this happening with the game so soon. Funny enough, the same thing is happening now with CoD. If they are not careful, it's going to be in ruins sooner than later. 

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