After the last Battlefield game, Electronic Arts and the developer DICE kept hyping up players about Battlefield 2042. Months before the game's launch, developers started to share testimonies about "how great the game is." The early access launch of the game demonstrates the complete opposite of those claims.
Players who bought the more expensive Gold and Ultimate editions of the game faced a complete disaster. In addition to the premium versions, players who took EA play 10-hour trial option can also observe the game. With all things considered, the situation closely resembles the launches of the series' previous titles. Battlefield 4 and Battlefield 3 also had very problematic launches, later turning into fan-favourite games.
For Battlefield 2042, things are a little bit different for the players. First, the developers have been hyping up the game as the best title they have ever created. Second, the gap between Battlefield 2042 and Battlefield 5 is perceived to be "long enough" to deliver a bugless experience according to the players. Players also expect a more significant response from the developers.
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