EA reveals why Battlefield 2042 has been pushed back to November

The postponement of the game, which will not be released until October, has been confirmed by DICE and Electronic Arts. A bit more time is required by the team.

EA reveals why Battlefield 2042 has been pushed back to November

Battlefield 2042 was delayed for a few weeks after its initial release and will now be released on November 19. The EA video game developed by DICE, which was supposed to be released on October 22nd, has changed plans and will be delayed by one month. Following speculations that we were set to learn about a fresh delay in a major game in the industry, the war title has finally been impacted. In an official statement, the corporation outlined the reasons.


The new official release date for Battlefield 2042 is November 19, 2021.

"We've decided to postpone the release of Battlefield 2042. On November 19, 2021, the game will be released worldwide "DICE's head, Oskar Gabrielson, begins. “Building the next version of Battlefield during a worldwide epidemic has offered our development teams with unexpected obstacles. Given the game's size and scope, we hoped that our teams would reunite in their studios as we moved closer to launch, but this was not the case, according to the manager.


"We believe it is necessary to take the extra time to convey the vision of Battlefield 2042 to our players," Gabrielson says, "given that current conditions do not enable that to happen safely, and with all the hard work our teams are doing from home."

EA reveals why Battlefield 2042 has been pushed back to November

Role reversal: Call of Duty: Vanguard comes first, followed by Battlefield 2042.

As a result, Battlefield 2042 shifts its release date and removes the date board from the AAA first-person shooter's strategic level for the year 2021. Unlike in the past, Call of Duty: Vanguard will be the first to hit stores on November 5; the next Battlefield, on the other hand, will come on November 19, a similarly smart date: it will not miss Black Friday on November 26. Halo Infinite, which will be released on Xbox systems on December 8, will be the one to miss it.


Battlefield 2042 will be available on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and PC on November 19.



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