Battlefield 2042 will make sensible changes in the way in which the soldier classes will be planned. The new installment of the saga, scheduled for the next October 22, introduces the Specialists, characters with unique traits. We tell you all the details of the first four faces revealed.
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Battlefield 2042: this is what your first four Specialists look like
It should be noted that at launch it will have 10 Specialists divided among the four main classes: assault, engineer, support and recon. More will be added as the seasons arrive, the roadmap on which your first year will develop. You can find all the details about his future in our preview, just above this paragraph.
How are these Specialists different from lifelong soldiers? Mainly in that they will have a gadget and an exclusive passive bonus. On the other hand, can be equipped with any type of weapon, thrown explosive and a second gadget slot. We leave you with them below.
As part of the support class, Maria bases her specialty on the S21 Syrette pistol. With it he can shoot darts at his ranged companions to heal health or revive. On the other hand, his trait allows him to revive players with full life, while the rest will do it with half.
Wikus ‘Casper’ Van Daele
Of the recon class, the South African has the possibility of using his own reconnaissance drone, with which to mark enemies and take advantage of some electronic devices. Its passive bonus is the motion sensor. It will detect enemies that are in its close range.
Private Mackay will participate in the assault class. His main specialty is the hook, a device that allows him to rise to any part of the stage, especially useful to gain mobility and to catch enemies off guard. As for his trait, he moves faster when he keeps the sight pointed.
Pyotr ‘Boris’ Guskovsky
Engineer, Guskovsky is the classic stationary gun operator. His specialty allows him to place the SG-36 turret on stage, an automatic weapon that will fire at enemies it crosses. Its passive upgrade creates a synergy with it: the turret will aim more accurately and mark whoever shoots for all companions.