EA remains committed to long-term support for Battlefield 2042

EA remains committed to long-term support for Battlefield 2042

The declining reputation of the Battlefield franchise due to the release of its latest series, Battlefield 2042, is still a topic of discussion. Despite its shortcomings, from content to technical issues, the game has even a very small number of active players, less than 1,000. Despite such a bad response, it turns out that EA (Electronic Arts) still wants a revival of the game.

media coverage VGC, Recently, EA CEO Andrew Wilson said his team saw the game from a remote perspective. He explained how Battlefield is one of the biggest gaming franchises today and how they want to reach its potential in the long term. Battlefield 2042 is no exception, and the development team is optimistic that they will continue to improve the game to achieve the quality players expect.

They’ve actually taken these steps over the past few months, like last April, when the game received a major update that fixed over 400 bugs and added voice chat. While it doesn’t feel like a big deal yet, who knows, the game will continue to undergo an ongoing overhaul until it reaches a better quality, like Hello Games’ No Man’s Sky.

Interested in gaming? Battlefield 2042 itself is available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series and PC.If you’re curious about the quality before buying, you can check out our review here Have a full discussion.

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EA remains committed to long-term support for Battlefield 2042

Battlefield 2042

Publisher: Electronic Arts

Developer: Dice

Release date: 2021-11-19

Console, PS4, PS5, PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series

EA claims that Battlefield 2042 is the most ambitious series yet, and is poised to deliver an unprecedented war experience. Battlefield 2042 itself offers multiple game modes and fantastic graphics.