Battlefield 2042 is coming to PlayStation Plus in March
In a recent State of Play presentation, PlayStation announced that it would add several new titles to its PlayStation Plus service in March, including Battlefield 2042, Minecraft Dungeons, and Codevein. While Battlefield 2042 faced backlash for deviating from the traditional Battlefield gameplay formula, the development team has since implemented a variety of changes and improvements that have won over the gaming community.
These changes include the reintroduction of classic Battlefield 2042 classes, significant map reworks, bug fixes, and new content that has helped boost the game’s reputation nearly two years after its release. With its improved reception and a fresh infusion of new players through PlayStation Plus, Battlefield 2042 looks set to continue making waves in the gaming world for some time to come.
Prepare for an adrenaline-fueled adventure with the release of Battlefield 2042 Season 4 Eleventh Hour, which promises to bring players even closer to the action with its new Flashpoint map. According to EA, this latest addition to the popular franchise is all about “close-quarters mayhem,” so get ready to dive headfirst into a world of intense, fast-paced combat.
For fans of action role-playing games, look no further than Code Vein. Developed and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment, this game hit PlayStation 4, Windows, and Xbox One on September 27, 2019. While the game received mixed reviews from critics, it has sold over two million copies in just two years, a testament to its lasting appeal and popularity. Whether you’re in the mood for intense combat, dungeon-crawling, or epic RPG adventures, these games have something for everyone. So what are you waiting for? Dive into a world of gaming excitement today!
If dungeon-crawling is more your style, then Minecraft Dungeons is the game for you. Developed by Mojang Studios and Double Eleven and published by Xbox Game Studios, this spin-off from the hugely popular sandbox game Minecraft has been thrilling fans since its release on Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One in May 2020. And for those who crave an even more immersive experience, the game is also available on the Xbox Series X/S.