Battlefield 2042 releases the short film “Exodus” and reveals the plot of the game before its release

Battlefield 2042 releases the short film "Exodus" and reveals the plot of the game before its release

As previously teased, on the evening of August 12, EA released a short film for Battlefield 2042, giving fans a detailed look at the game world ahead of its October release. In addition, Exodus also got the audience very excited by welcoming the return of Kimble “Irish” Graves, a very popular codename in Battlefield 4.

Exodus’ story centers on Irish, Clayton “Pak” Pakowski, Rao, and various other minor characters. Irish is currently the commander of the ship No-Pat. The No-Pat in Exodus are an “unconstitutional” armed militia, they don’t fight for any country but for the sake of survival. Also, the other main factions in the game will be the United States and Russia. Both sides are on the brink of war as the world frantically scrambles for resources and surrounding countries are slowly collapsing. This group of survivors from the fallen countries are united and as we know it, they are the “No-Pat”.

Choosing to save the refugees on the ship, Pak accuses Irish of being a traitor and taking money to work. In response, Irish said that his only concern now is the safety of the people, including Pak himself. Along with familiar characters like Irish and Pak, Exodus also introduces some new characters such as Irish’s son and the mysterious “Oz” who come into conflict with Irish over the future of No-Pat, leading to a civil war. The story will continue to evolve over time as more and more people join the conflict. Each character has a unique story that will take players deep into the world of Battlefield 2042.


Irish is the fifth character of the 10 spies to appear in Battlefield 2042 at launch; the remaining five will be announced in the coming weeks. Each character will have their own fighting style based on their unique abilities. In addition, players will be able to freely choose weapons, grenades, or equip their characters.

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Even though Battlefield 2042 doesn’t have a single player campaign, EA still has a way to convey the story through these short films. Battlefield 2042 launches on October 22 for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

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