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So far no sign of a roadmap

So far no sign of a roadmap

Gameplay in Battlefield 2042 continues to be marred by questionable design and gameplay choices, unbalanced weapons and vehicles, and performance issues. As a result, it has been proven that more and more players are turning their backs on the game. So what it needs is a reboot or a Battlefield 2042 2.0 that brings the players back and convinces them. According to Franchise Narrative Director Marcus Lehto, Battlefield 2042 will be fixed over time. So far, however, these are all just empty statements, because Lehto and all the other developers who are regularly read about on social media do not surprise us all with concrete plans to save Battlefield 2042. But the community wants to know about these plans and has been asking for answers since the beginning of the Christmas break, which lasted from mid-December to the beginning of this week, as to how DICE intends to fix the game and, above all, when new content can be expected. Developers usually use a so-called roadmap for the display, on which updates and new content are presented with pictures and dates. According to Lehto, such a roadmap does not seem to exist yet and gave on Twitter knownthat he himself has not yet seen a roadmap that shows the further path of Battlefield 2042. However, Letho wants to do everything in his power to get the game on the right track over time bring.

What is the current situation with Battlefield 2042?

Battlefield 2042 is currently in pre-season after the first four updates. A total of 12 weeks of tasks are planned as part of the pre-season. We are now in the sixth week. The game’s code contains missions for a total of twelve weeks before the first season is due to start. So if you count the calendar, Season 1 will start in March 2022, provided there are no “buffer missions”. In the pre-season, DICE will also provide Battlefield 2042 with further updates to improve the game.

What’s in the Battlefield 2042 Seasons?

Battlefield 2042 should run for a long time and be expanded and further developed accordingly through seasons with new content. In the first year after the launch there should be a total of 4 seasons, which are already included in the Gold and Deluxe Edition. Each season should be equipped with its own Battle Pass and, among other things, bring new specialists, maps and weapons into play. Battlefield 2042 is available now in stores and digital providers on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 and PC. You can find out more about the different Battlefield 2042 editions here.
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