Update 3.1 For Battlefield 2042 Will Improve Bullet Registration and More
Battlefield 2042 was one of the most anticipated titles of the year. Dice and Electronic Arts released trailers that made the gaming community very excited. Upon the game’s launch, many gamers felt a bit disappointed. The game had some glaring issues. However, Dice and Electronic Arts intend to remedy these issues. Tomorrow, December 9th, the developers will release Update 3.1 for Battlefield 2042. The purpose of the update is to make further changes to the game. This would follow up last week’s update that improved player’s gameplay experience.
In the update, the developers have ensured that there are key aspects to monitor. A major change includes improvement to bullet hit registration consistency. Many fans have complained that their bullets simply don’t hit the target and they feel cheated by the game. Thus, fans would be glad to note that Dice is aware of the issue and trying to fix it. There will also be balance changes for bullet recoil and dispersion.
Other changes include a bug that allows players to go invisible, fixes for grenades and launchers and various audio enhancements. The audio enhancements will improve the overall sound experience with a focus on clarity, depth and directional perception.
Furthermore, the developers have confirmed that this update is the last before the new year. Therefore, the company will return in the new year with fresh eyes for Season One. Are you excited for Season One of Battlefield 2042?
Fans can check out the full list of changes in the update here. Some of the changes include adjustments to vehicles, weapons, gadgets and game modes.
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SOURCE: Press Release