Battlefield 2042 has been amazing for players with its exciting multiplayer experience, however, players want to know more details about the single-player aspect of the game. EA has already showcased a number of different game modes but a campaign or offline singleplayer mode hasn’t been talked about.
Singleplayer campaign experience has been the backbones of FPS shooters, allowing players to practice their skills while drowning in an immersive storyline. singleplayer campaign modes not only provide a backstory to the game’s environment but also allow players to get acquainted with the game before heading out into ruthless online lobbies.
Will there be a Singleplayer Campaign Story in Battlefield 2042?
Fans have been eagerly sparking the question of whether Battlefield 2042 will be featuring a singleplayer campaign mode or not. The simple answer is that is no campaign mode in the game, players will be able to enjoy a single-player experience, allowing them to practice the game before getting head-shotted in online lobbies.
The singleplayer game mode in Battlefield 2042 will allow you to practice against bots online. This can help you in improving your basic aim and game understanding without getting flamed by your teammates. Moreover, the game will be featuring bots as substitutes if there are not enough people available for a lobby, so practicing your headshots on AI soldiers may actually pay off.
Although it sucks to have no campaign mode in Battlefield 2042, we believe the exciting multiplayer experience will make up for it. Battlefield 2042 will be launching on November 12 for EA Pro members, have you pre-loaded the game yet?