The Story of the game Battlefield 2042 will be explained in a Short Film

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The story of the game Battlefield 2042 will be explained in a short film. The name of the film is Exodus. This short film will be premiere on 12th August.

DICE the developers of the game may have axed the campaign for the story for this year’s launch of the game Battlefield 2042. But, on Twitter, it recently announced that a standalone film called Exodus will help to introduce Battlefield 2042’s world. This short will going to air on 12th August at pacific time 8 am, On Easter time 11 am and on UK time 4 pm.

Exodus which will be debut on the YouTube channel called Battlefield allows fans to “witness the events that will trigger an all-out war”. This event will act as a prelude for the game Battlefield 2042’s multiplayer mode. There are some reports which stated the game story will be explained “through the eyes of the Specialist characters” and this set will be introduced throughout the whole game.


For this release of Exodus, The DICE says the fans of the Battlefield game going to “witness the locations of Battlefield 2042 through the eyes of embedded journalist Kayvan Bechir”. DICE also said Bechir will begin his story by trying to find out about “No pats”. He is going to find out if “No pats” were the “villains the world made them out to be.” Players can know and read Bechir’s journey’s first chapter by going to this link which is in the tweet of Battlefield Twitter account.

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