Fawzi Mesmar, the Battlefield Design Lead at DICE, is leaving after 2042

Mesmar departs the DICE studio following the release of Battlefield 2042, which was marred by player complaints about game issues.

Fawzi Mesmar, the Battlefield Design Lead at DICE, is leaving after 2042

Fawzi Mesmar, who has worked on games like Battlefield and Star Wars Battlefront, has announced his retirement from the DICE studio: his final day is tomorrow, November 26. The announcement comes at a sensitive time for the first-person shooter series: Battlefield 2042's launch has been marred by complaints and unfavorable reviews from gamers, who have not been shy about pointing out the game's shortcomings and missing content.

After the release of Battlefield 2042, Fawzi Mesmar departs DICE's offices.

Mesmar wrote in an email to workers, "It was an absolute pleasure to be a part of the best design teams in the galaxy." "Every day, your wonderful design work continues to excite me. Thank you for putting your trust in me; I hope I have not let you down." However, players are dissatisfied: mistakes in the hitboxes of specialists and glitches that allow hiding helicopters are only a few of the roadblocks they face when it comes to playing Battlefield 2042 as intended.

"They made me an offer I couldn't refuse in another company that was gracious enough to wait for me till we launched [Battlefield 2042]," Mesmar says, appearing to be on his way to a Stockholm firm. "Being here with the team as we reached this historic milestone was really important to me. While Oskar [Gabrielson, studio CEO] and I have been discussing my succession for some time now, which will be announced in due course, we decided to hold off on releasing this until after the game's release to retain our emphasis on the game. We've put in a tremendous amount of effort."

"They presented me with an offer I couldn't reject."

Electronic Arts has made the following remarks, which VGC has gathered: "Fawzi Mesmar is stepping down from DICE at the end of the week. We wish him the best of luck with his future endeavors." It should be emphasized that DICE's ambitions to improve the Battlefield 2042 experience through its update strategy will not be affected by this change of hands in the post of chief designer.

Battlefield 2042 is available on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X / S, to name a few platforms. "A fantastic visual presentation, joy in the playing, and little content," we stated in our review. In order to give it your all on the battlefield, we also recommend consulting our list of tips and tricks.

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