Battlefield 2042 Devs Want More Time to Fix the Game
The Battlefield 2042 community has had a lot of complaints and negative feedback since the game launched. DICE has constantly been responding to the criticism with bug fixes and balance tweaks. They are listening to what their fans have to say. With that said, they have decided to push back the launch of the military FPS’s first season to early summer.
“We have had to make some big decisions to ensure that our next set of updates can be focused on delivering these improvements with the most substantial one being to move the release date of our first season to early summer,” Senior Producer Ryan McArthur wrote. “This decision gives us the time to focus on improving the Battlefield 2042 experience while finalizing the development of our seasonal content to ensure that it all reaches our standard for quality.”
The devs want to make use of this extra time to fix the game. They want to incorporate community feedback on the squad dynamics, UI, and specialists in the upcoming season.
“Today, we are stating our team’s commitment to bring the game up to the highest standards that we all hold for the franchise,” he continued. “So, we are heavily invested and committed to the future of Battlefield 2042, working on taking action on multiple fronts to address feedback and implement extensive fixes to the game.”
Battlefield 2042 devs want to make sure that the game has the “key features that are important” to their fans so they can get “team play where it needs to be.”
Three of these features are player profiles, voice chat, and a revamped score board. The new one will reportedly not look exactly like the prototype that devs previously showed. At the time, multiple fans were not too happy since it did not fully emulate the franchise’s classic style. It looks like devs plan to bring back how it was in previous installments.
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