Battlefield 2042 developer DICE has been regularly updating the military shooter since its early access launch, and the latest changes to the futuristic game are now live. The updates include changes to the Breakthrough mode, the temporary removal of an item, and the restoration of another.
For Breakthrough, the mode now gives teams a higher starting ticket number, from 400 to 600. Additionally, the number of tickets gained by attackers claiming a sector is increased to 300. For the PS4 and Xbox One versions of Battlefield 2042, which support 64 players only, the number of starting tickets per side has been raised to 300, while the number of tickets gained by attackers is increased to 150.
Here’s some insight on some new Breakthrough changes that we’ve just set live (128 Players)⚡
⚔ Increased the number of starting tickets from 400, to 600
🏆 Raised the number of tickets gained by Attackers on claiming a sector to 300
These changes are live on servers now! pic.twitter.com/EwbTkTsbhF
— Battlefield Direct Communication (@BattlefieldComm) November 16, 2021
Another major update to Battlefield 2042 is that Dozer’s SOB-8 Ballistic Shield is back in the game, after DICE removed it temporarily to make adjustments. It’s live in the game now across all servers. For Battlefield Portal players running custom games, they may need to re-launch to see the change.
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