JackFrags & IGN Enter Hazard Zone in Battlefield 2042

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Battlefield veteran JackFrags and IGN squad up to take on Battlefield 2042’s Hazard Zone. Their goal is to retrieve as many data drives as possible while fighting enemy squads and occupying forces – can they survive long enough to extract? Presented by Battlefield 2042.

IGN hosts Akeem Lawanson, Stella Chung and Amy Mallett are led into battle by JackFrags in Squad Goals presented by Battlefield 2042. In this episode the squad drops into the new Battlefield 2042 experience, Hazard Zone. In Hazard Zone squads of four specialists have to collect data drives from fallen satellites then attempt to extract at one of the two extraction opportunities. Along the way they’ll have to fight against enemy squads and occupying forces. Racking up kills and extracting data drives earns the squad dark market credits, which can be used to purchase more expensive weapons, gadgets and tactical equipment in the next round.

Following commands from JackFrags, the squad plays on Battlefield 2042 maps Hourglass and Kaleidoscope. Battlefield 2042 is out now on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PS5, PS4 and PC.

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