Battlefield 2042 128-Player Breakthrough Scrapped In Update 4.1

May 25, 2022 at 7:42 PM in Gaming News with no comments

EA DICE launched update 4.1 for Battlefield 2042 and it comes with a huge change to Breakthrough.

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The recently released Title Update 4.1 for Battlefield 2042 includes a lot of changes and improvements.

The most notable of all is for Breakthrough as the developers decided to remove the 128-player version.

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The developers explained that 128 players is better for Conquest which has the appropriate game space.

They will be keeping the 64-player Breakthrough since the space allotted is enough to give a more tactical experience. Players are able to work together as well as do their roles effectively.

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According to DICE, the 64-player Breakthrough will let squads “have a better opportunity to work together, to flank the enemy, place a spawn beacon, use their plus menu to attach suppressors, then clear, and hold a point.”

“We believe that the move to 64 players will bring back the pacing that helps celebrate these moments of teamwork and PTFOing, and will be keeping a close eye on how our changes help to improve the experience ahead of the start of Season 1.”

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Another thing is that the developers added set map sizes for specific maps on Breakthrough 64 for PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S.

  • Discarded, Manifest, Orbital, Kaleidoscope = 128-player layout
  • Hourglass, Breakaway, Renewal = 64-player layout
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The complete patch notes are available in the BATTLEFIELD 2042 UPDATE #4.1 Patch Notes. By early June we will get to see more content come to the game with the Battlefield 2042 Season 1.

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