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The player creates a 100-person battle royale using Battlefield 2042’s Portal mode

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Battle Royale is without a doubt one of the most prominent forms in multiplayer shooters. Because of the popularity of the genre, many were taken aback when EA Dice announced that BF 2042 will not have a battle royale option. Despite efforts to keep it out, one innovative player has used the game’s new Portal function to construct a 100-person Warzone-style battleground.

A Reddit user with the username u/chbmg created a working, 100-player battle royale scenario using Battlefield 2042’s Portal rules editor. The modified BF Portal offering, dubbed “Warfield 100,” has everything battle royale fans have grown to love, such as pre-game lobbies, dropping into active play zones, random loot, and a circular closing layout meant to funnel survivors toward each other for a spectacular conclusion.

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Players that enter Warfield 100 will find themselves in a familiar situation. Players are airdropped by parachute into the pre-game lobby after spawning with nothing more than a starting gun and accompanying accouterments. From then, the goal is simple: locate stuff, stay in the circle, battle your foes, and live. The game even has a Warzone gulag-style jail where players may rejoin the combat.

While Portal could not directly generate some of the genre’s more typical aspects, the game mode’s author was able to exploit existing functionality and circumstances to roughly imitate the behavior of previous BR titles. Instead of humming loot chests, on-screen alerts notify players of nearby loot. When they are found, they must squat three times, which causes the game to change their existing loadout with the newly discovered weapons.

Warfield 100’s “circle” is made up of overpowered AI players that create the outer circle, pushing players toward its center in the same way as Warzone’s gas does. Stepping beyond the circle’s AI bots, which are marked and visible, will result in instant death. Players that die prematurely will have many chances to escape the jail and redeploy before being permanently annihilated.

While Battlefield 2042 had a bumpy launch, it hasn’t prevented gamers from making use of Portal’s ability to establish incredibly specific rulesets for custom battles. Fans exploited the Portal function earlier this month to build a Battlefield-themed version of Squid Game’s “Red Light, Green Light” game.

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Nivedita Bangari
I am a software engineer by profession and technology is my love, learning and playing with new technologies is my passion.


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