The annoyance of the players for Battlefield 2042 continues with an ongoing petition calling for reimbursement of the game. It had 40,000 people yesterday, there are now nearly 70,000.
A petition for reimbursement of Battlefield 2042
“EA’s release of Battlefield 2042 made a mockery of all customers who bought this video game for $70 because of EA’s false advertising”can we read in the petition. “Battlefield 2042 has cost consumers millions of dollars in damages and upset thousands of customers worldwide”.
The petition goes on to claim that “Electronic Arts and DICE broke many promises made at launch, and Battlefield 2042 launched as unplayable. Even today, Battlefield 2042 has bugs that drastically change the gameplay experience, so much so that it is considered an unfinished version by many in the community..
The objective is therefore simple: that Electronic Arts and DICE reimburse the players. Steam has already agreed to refund some PC players. The petition believes that the same policy should be applied on PlayStation and Xbox.
Critics surfaced almost immediately when Battlefield 2042 launched on November 19 with server and UI issues. Players quickly noticed a number of features that were missing in the game. Then there were updates, including the one in December which fixed over 150 bugs!
Recently, Electronic Arts acknowledged that its game “did not meet expectations”. Also, the scoreboard has been postponed, just like season 1 of the game. A lot of problems so…