EA denies report that Battlefield 2042 is run by a skeleton crew, despite all signs pointing to the contrary

This week, the starved-for-content Battlefield 2042 community received some big news. DICE officially unveiled Zero Hour, the game’s first season, but the response has been less than enthusiastic.

The new season kicks off today, bringing one new map, two vehicles, two weapons, a gadget and a new Specialist. The season had previously been delayed, and arrives almost seven months after launch.

Compared to past Battlefield games, the volume of content is well below what players have come to expect, including the embattled Battlefield 5. Nevertheless, DICE committed to shipping four seasons, but Zero Hour hasn’t made the best first impression.

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