While Battlefield 2042 resurrects the franchise with a new setting and modern weapons, the game has also been plagued with a slew of bugs and technical issues. Thankfully, for the rest of their lives, players will not need to deal with at least a some of these issues, as DICE is reportedly looking into them. DICE is currently dealing with four issues reported by Battlefield 2042 players, according to a post from the fan-run Twitter account Battlefield Bulletin. Players rubber banding when they are struck by rockets from a jet or helicopter, missile relock not working, and options for adjusting the transparency and size of various icons are among the issues.
NOTICE: More things EA DICE is looking into #BF2042
🛠️ Rubber banding when getting hit by heli/jet rockets.
🛠️ New options for icons transparency & scaling.
🛠️ Missile relock not working correctly.
🛠️ Ammunition boxes not replenishing while you’re in a vehicle. pic.twitter.com/RSrgNtTSTW
— Battlefield Bulletin (@BFBulletin) November 21, 2021
The post, on the other hand, does not indicate when players can expect these issues to be resolved. Similarly, the Battlefield Direct Communication account, which is managed by Battlefield developers and posts when new updates are coming out and what their contents will do, has yet to notice any of these issues.
While Battlefield 2042 experienced a rocky launch, developers DICE and Ripple Effect are working on a patch to upgrade the game. One of the game’s future patches will address issues with players not being revived and balancing issues with two of the games’ vehicles, as well as the UAV-1.
Fixes for Battlefield 2042 are far too late for players to discover. On Steam, the game has been reviewed, with a “mostly negative” aggregate score. At the time, 33,000 of the game’s 44,000 reviews are negative, with players citing bugs and a lack of features in comparison to previous titles.
What are the problems with Battlefield 2042?
Battlefield 2042 is a single player first-person shooter game which was released in November 2018.
The game had many problems that were expected from such a big release, like:
• It was plagued with bugs and glitches.
• The multiplayer servers became unstable after the launch of the game.
• The game ran slowly on some machines.
• There were several instances of players receiving their games for free as pre-orders.
What kind of fixes does the developer have planned for Battlefield 2042?
There are no official fixes planned for Battlefield 2042 at the moment. However, EA DICE has promised to release updates as soon as possible.
There is a bug in Battlefield 2042 that prevents players from progressing through some of the missions. The issue seems to occur while playing on hardcore mode as the game crashes. Players can still progress through single-player missions but once they enter multiplayer, their progression will be reset. Also several players have reported having issues with UAV’s and even helicopters flying too close to obstacles causing them getting stuck in terrain or crashing into walls and trees. The issue has been around since Battlefield 1 was released by Automatic Entertainment back in March 2015 . Although a fix for the issue has not officially been provided by EA DICE it is widely speculated that BF1 will be updated to allow helicopters, UAV’s and fixed vehicles.
How many fixes has the developer released for Battlefield 2042?
This is a difficult question to answer because the game is still in its alpha phase.
Battlefield 2042 was released on November 3, 2018 and has not been updated since then.
The developer has released four patches so far: one patch on November 9th, another on December 5th, and two more on January 10th and February 8th respectively.
Battlefield 2042 May Have Even More Fixes On The Way:
Battlefield 2042 May Have Even More Fixes On The Way Battlefield 2042 is an online battlefield game that has been released in 2016. It was developed by DICE and published by Electronic Arts. Battlefield 521 is a direct sequel to the original battlefield, which was released back in 2001 for PC and Xbox One consoles as well as Mac OS X on October 31, 2013. Although it is referred to as Battlefield 2042 on the official site, majority of all mechanics and features are considered for an up-to date conclusion. This has been confirmed by DICE via Twitter account in their Day One event issued one week after release. However thanks to data gathered from gaming fairs, Reddit forums and player feedback on YouTube . The latest patch that was added to Battlefield 2042 campaign (and may also appear in other multiplayer mode).