In a month, Battlefield 2042 will receive two patches to repair a variety of faults

The day one patch for Battlefield 2042 isn't enough to fix the game's bugs at launch, and it'll get two more within the next month.

In a month, Battlefield 2042 will receive two patches to repair a variety of faults

The launch of the Electronic Arts franchise in the new generation, Battlefield 2042, is not going as smoothly as the launch of Battlefield 4 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Many players have questioned technical and content aspects of the game since early access, and now that it is out, those criticisms have risen, which DICE has taken notice of. As a result, after releasing a patch on the game's launch day - last Friday, the 19th - the Swedish studio will release two more over the next 30 days to fix bugs that remain in the game.


Vehicle balance issues, deleted loadouts, and difficulties reviving teammates are all common failures. In regards to the latter, DICE claims to be confident that they have identified the issue and found a solution, while also working on another to fix the errors that prevent some players from respawning.


In the meantime, DICE has already developed a solution for the missing equipment configurations and has submitted it for testing. They have, on the other hand, nerfed the LCAA Hovercraft, giving it lighter armor, lowering its health, and reducing the damage done by its arsenal, a process that they have also done to the MD540 Nightbird. This, however, could change even more because they promise to be vigilant in the functioning of both vehicles and do not rule out subsequent adjustments.


Another weird Battlefield premiere

As previously stated, Battlefield 4 had a rocky launch on PS4 and Xbox One, with dismal online performance that took months to resolve. Fortunately, it improved over time and became one of the most popular shooters in recent years. They expect something similar to happen with Battlefield 2042, which has mostly negative reviews on Steam (only slightly more than 20% are positive) due to a variety of factors, including the lack of a campaign, a lack of game modes, and the requirement to play matchmaking after each game, among others.


Battlefield 2042 is currently available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Xbox One S, and PC.

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