Battlefield 2042 has been presented under a really defined context to bring to life the conflict that will be represented from October 22 when the game hits PS5, Xbox Series X, PC, PS4 and Xbox One. DICE has wanted to represent the new war in a different world, but taking as reference real examples to create a dystopian future with the foundations established in what we now know.
Climate change or refugee crises Displaced by poverty and war, they are not unrelated to today, but in Battlefield 2042 they are two of the reasons why the world has been plunged into a war on a global scale. Of course, this has made many wonder the reasons why DICE and EA have decided to embody these themes in their next game.
In a extensive publication, Battlefield 2042 details how a series of climatic catastrophes and social crises end up plunging the world into a spiral of violence in the year 2042. This is what the director of design of the game, Daniel Berlin, has been talking about. has been unmarked from controversial messages making it clear that these themes have been introduced for a gameplay reason.
In an interview with IGN, Berlin commented the following: It is a purely multiplayer game for us. The reason we decided to follow this path is to be able to create a narrative with this world that we could create through the eyes of the No-Pats. We wanted there to be more spectacle and more massive events. The stage fits perfectly.
It is for gambling reasons in generalcommented the manager. The truth is that these types of comments by companies occur more often than it seems. Without going any further, after the advancement of Far Cry 6, Ubisoft commented that his game “does not want to make a political statement about what is happening in Cuba”, although later, the narrative director of Far Cry 6 stated that “our game it is political ”.