Battlefield 2042 leak shows off powerful tank loadouts & customization

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Respected leaker Temporyal has shown off some of the potential customization options for tank loadouts in EA’s Battlefield 2042.

Information on Battlefield 2042 has been slightly subdued recently as we draw ever closer to the eventual release of EA and DICE’s first-person behemoth.

In recent weeks, rivals such as Halo Infinite and Call of Duty: Vanguard have taken the spotlight, but a new leak has seemingly revealed some new information about the large-scale shooter.

Vehicles are expected to be a huge deal for Battlefield’s high-player-count games and some information about the game’s tanks has been unearthed.

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Dataminer temporyal has come to the fore in the last few weeks with a series of revealing Tweets and leaks about Battlefield 2042.

Their newest leak concerns the nature of the game’s vehicles – specifically tanks. The Tweet highlights “loadout options for the M1A5 and T28 tanks,” and provides additional info on decals and other interchangeable elements.

Here is a brief rundown of what could be included:

  • Primary
    • 120MM Smoothbore
    • Close Range Barrel
    • Long Range Barrel
  • Secondary
    • LMG
    • HMG
  • Ability
    • Smoke Launcher
    • Smoke Discharger
    • Thermal Smoke
    • System Repair
  • Gunner 1
    • 40MM GL
    • Bounce Grenades
    • EMP
    • Mortar
    • Rockets
    • Shotgun
  • Gunner 2
    • Guided Missile
    • HMG
    • Minigun
  • Passenger
    • Spotting
    • Spotting Pulse

“Oh by the way: there are around 80 entries for decals which seem to be another option to customize your vehicles,” temporyal said.

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Despite the professional-looking image, it quite clearly states at the bottom of it: “Preview of unreleased content based on data mining.”

As is to be expected with any form of leak, you should take this information with a pinch of salt and not be disappointed if this doesn’t turn out to be the case.

Also, make sure you’re keeping up-to-date with all things Battlefield 2042 and its release date, and check out how to play Battlefield 2042 Open Beta.

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