This is the least shocking news ever.
BF2042 Hazard Zone

DICE announced that they are no longer going to support or release new content for the Hazard Zone mode in Battlefield 2042.

Now, I know what you're thinking: "How could they end support for something that they never supported in the first place?" And you would be correct in asking that rhetorical question. What this essentially means is that DICE isn't going to convert any new maps into Hazard Zone variants. The mode will still be available as it currently exists for the three people that might still be playing it.

This news came courtesy of the latest dev update, which also comes just days after DICE says they were ditching the 128-player Breakthrough mode to focus on 64-players instead.

One final piece of news for you to take away from today’s video - we’re winding down future development on Hazard Zone. All of us on the team had great ambition and high hopes for this new Battlefield experience throughout our development, but we’re the first to hold our hands up and acknowledge that it hasn’t found the right home in Battlefield 2042 and that we’ll benefit greatly from letting our focus and energy stay on the modes we see you engaging most with.

Hazard Zone will stay as part of the experience, we’re not switching it off, but beyond addressing critical errors and odd behaviors that may appear in the future, we’re no longer actively developing new experiences or content for the mode, and you’ll find that maps that we release across our seasons will not be supported in Hazard Zone.
Battlefield 2042 has now removed content and discontinued support for an entire game mode all before the start of the game's first season.