Battlefield 2042 includes a lot of bugs, which forces DICE to postpone the availability of season 1 to this summer, when it should have arrived in March. “We heard you”, provides the studio and “We are going to invest actively in the future” game, he adds.
Season 1 of Battlefield 2042 will wait this summer
Battlefield 2042, which is a multiplayer-only game for the first time in franchise history, launched on November 19 with the promise of four seasons offering Battle Passes to access multiple tiers. There was talk of four new playable characters and new maps. But there are a lot of issues with the game and they need to be fixed first before offering the first season.
DICE knows that the launch of season 1 of Battlefield 2042 is late. That’s why the band will be making a move to people who purchased the Year 1 Pass as part of the Gold and Ultimate editions. They will be entitled to an exclusive pack containing a specialist skin, weapon and vehicle skins, a melee weapon and a game sheet, available with the next update.
Other changes for 2022
Additionally, DICE details upcoming updates. The scoreboard will be back (it was present in previous Battlefield but not in the new). This will be in place in February. We will have to wait for March and another update to have a more complete picture. There will also be the arrival of voice communication (VOIP), as well as player profiles with other updates.
When it comes to team play, DICE says players can expect a clearer and more concise squad loop, an improved ping system, and better rewards when squad players play the game. ‘goal. Gunplay (weapon handling/balancing) will also continue to be improved based on feedback. Also, the Portal section will improve with tools and modes while balancing experience gains.
Another important point concerns the maps and their improvement. “We will be particularly interested in comments relating to open spaces and the lack of shelter in certain important areas”, says DICE. So expect improvements in 2022.