Weapons And Vehicles Can Be Modified In Battlefield 2042

Cosmetics in Battlefield 2042 can be applied to both weapons and vehicles, data miner reveals.

As of recent, Battlefield 2042 has been trending massively in the FPS community. From the in-game footage and images from the technical playtest to the soundtrack, we’ve been receiving a lot of leaks from the upcoming instalment to the Battlefield franchise. Now, a new leak reveals that the game will feature cosmetics that can be applied to vehicles and weapons completely; even the attachments.

According to a tweet posted by temporyal, a well-known data miner who has been leaking in-game content from Battlefield since 2019, Battlefield 2042 will feature certain cosmetics for the weapons and vehicles, similar to Call of Duty games, and the cosmetics can be applied entirely; even on the attachments.

Furthermore, not only will players be able to modify the vehicles with the cosmetics but the game will also feature decals that can be used to add some more pizzaz to the vehicles. At the bottom of the data-mined images, it says, “WORK IN PROGRESS”, which means that DICE still hasn’t finished these cosmetics and we can almost certainly expect more when the game releases.

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“WORK IN PROGRESS” mentioned at the bottom of the data-mined images. | Source: temporyal/Twitter

Previous Battlefield instalments have mostly had antique and bland cosmetics for weapons and vehicles. With Battlefield 2042, the company has decided to take more of a modern approach with cosmetics that are actually visually pleasing. However, there’s still no certainty as to how these cosmetics and customisations will transfer to Battlefield Portal.

It can also be noted that these are “TIER 1” cosmetics, as mentioned in the data-mined images. Since Tier 1 is, generally, the lowest tier in most FPS games, we can assume that the game will have more tiers for the cosmetics which can upgrade them to appear even better.

These cosmetics could also be from the Year 1 Pass that would be featured in Battlefield 2042 and gives you access to 4 Battle Passes, 3 Epic Skin Bundles, and 4 New Specialists, as it’s likely that the tiers represent the progression of the Battle Pass, similar to Fortnite and VALORANT.

Regardless, these weapon and vehicle cosmetics seem to be worth it. DICE has certainly outdone itself with the futuristic concept of the game and we can wait for it to release. Battlefield 2042 is scheduled for 19th November. Open beta downloads for all players will be enabled from 5th October until 10th October, with the early access duration starting on 6th October at 12 A.M. PST.

What do you think about this? Do tell us your opinions in the comments below!

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Huzaifa Khan


From writing short stories in my room to finding my true enthusiasm in gaming and computer hardware journalism, I play video games and write about them.
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