Battlefield 2042 release date: how long after Call of Duty Vanguard, for Halo Infinite?

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Battlefield 2042 Arrives After Call of Duty Vanguard (Image: EA)

Three top FPS shooters arrive in the coming weeks, with only minor grapes separating the launch dates of each.

The Battlefield 2042 release date is sandwiched between Call of Duty Vanguard and Halo Infinite, and it’s hard to see which AAA title will top the sales chart.

Gamers have had to wait years for a new Battlefield and even longer for Halo Infinite, with Microsoft holding back for a long time.

The good news is that each should offer a different gameplay style, with Battlefield focusing on huge encounters, while Vanguard will have a campaign and Halo Infinite featuring both.

There’s a wait for every game that hits the market, with Call of Duty Vanguard launching first later this week.

Call of Duty Vanguard is a premium COD title, which means that you have to pay a lot of money to access all the features, including the campaign, multiplayer and Zombies modes.

Warzone is the free-to-play COD title that will be integrated with it, meaning that some aspects including weapons and Battle Pass will be shared between them.

The Call of Duty Vanguard release date has been set for Friday, November 5 for PlayStation, Xbox, and PC platforms.

This will be followed by Battlefield 2042, a game that will feature several modes at launch, all based on multiplayer experience.

Gamers will have to wait longer to play this title, with the Battlefield 2042 release date slated for November 19.

It should be noted, however, that EA announced that a ten-hour trial will be available to play on November 12 if you own EA Play or Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.

It should also be noted that those who have an EA Play Pro subscription or pre-ordered the Gold or Ultimate edition of Battlefield 2042 will get the full game on November 12.

Meanwhile, Halo Infinite arrives last, with Microsoft opting to launch the Master Chief’s latest adventure on December 8.

Descriptions for all three games can be found below:

Call of Duty Vanguard

Air combat over the Pacific, airborne landing over France, defend Stalingrad with sniper precision and blast through advancing troops in North Africa. Call of Duty: Vanguard features a highly engaging single-player campaign, a massive launch day multiplayer offering with 20 maps, including 16 built for core multiplayer, and an exciting new Zombies experience developed by Treyarch.

Battlefield 2042

With support for 128 players on PlayStation 5 and 64 players on PlayStation 4, Battlefield 2042 brings unprecedented scale to vast battlefields. Players will gain a variety of experiences, including enhanced versions of Conquest and Breakthrough, Battlefield Portal; a new community-driven platform where players can create, share and discover unexpected battles from Battlefield’s iconic past, present and future and Battlefield Hazard Zone; a thrilling, team-based survival experience where every bullet, skirmish, and decision counts.

Halo Infinite

When all hope is lost and the fate of humanity is at stake, the Master Chief is ready to confront the most ruthless enemy he has ever seen. Step into the armor of mankind’s greatest hero to live an epic adventure and explore the massive scale of the Halo ring. Buy Halo Infinite (Campaign) to experience the campaign.

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