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The featured modes in Battlefield 2042's Portal are about to get a total revamp with the next update. The update will limit the number of featured experiences. However, it will increase the frequency at which they refresh in the next release. The number of experiences available at once will reduce from five to two, according to the Battlefield Direct Communication Twitter account. However, the modes will now change twice a week rather than once.

As of Thursday, March 24, a variety of new game modes, including 2042 TDM, 1942 vs. 2042 Conquest, and Rush Hardcore, will be available. A new set of featured experiences will update on a weekly basis, on Mondays and Thursdays.

The purpose for the move, according to DICE, is to focus more on the game modes when they are shown, by limiting the number of game modes that are featured at any given moment. In addition, the Battlefield creator is releasing a new Friday Night Battlefield experience. It will be available through Portal for 24 hours every Friday, with a fresh game experience available every week.

If none of the featured game modes appeal to you, there is a solution for you. Battlefield Portal lets you construct your own game types by combining maps, weaponry, and vehicles from other Battlefield games.

Despite good sales, Battlefield 2024 has had a bumpy launch, with over 120,000 players joining a petition lately requesting a refund. Despite the fact that DICE has published a number of fixes in response to player input, many players remain dissatisfied with the game.

What’s your take? What do you think of the upcoming update on Battlefield 2042's Portal ? Let us know over on our socials here or down in the comments below.

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Evans I. Karanja is a freelance writer who loves to write about anything technology. He is always on the lookout for interesting topics, and enjoys writing about video games, cryptocurrency and blockchain and more. When not writing, he can be found playing video games or watching F1.

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