EA shares where ‘Battlefield 2042’ is going next
EA has teased that Battlefield 2042 Next year will receive a new map called Exposure, which the studio shares high hopes for joining.
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talking to gamespot Tomorrow (December 2), the EA has discussed what’s next Battlefield 2042, It includes an upcoming map called Exposure, which EA says will “take map design to a whole new level”.
Outside of those details, EA has been tight-lipped about what fans can expect from the mysterious map, though it has shared more on what’s to come for the shooter. Much of this involves addressing community complaints, including rolling back “fan-favorite systems” such as scoreboards and other “improving social systems”.
elsewhere in the future BattlefieldVince Zampella, co-founder of Respawn, has been announced as the new head of the franchise. This comes when the EA has detailed plans for “connected” Battlefield universe”, which will reportedly offer “new types of experiences” for fans.
Before getting there though, EA may need to focus on polishing its latest release. Since its launch in November, Battlefield 2042 has drawn significant criticism from its own community. The launch was marred by thousands of negative Steam reviews, many of which alleged that FPS was a huge step back for EA.
Lately, players have been complaining about the skin of Santa Claus who looked ready to join the game.
Since launch, Battlefield 2042 The game has received several major patches aimed at bringing it up to standard. The latest patch fixed more than 300 issues earlier in the week, with EA detailing “a huge amount of improvements, balance changes and quality of life enhancements.”
Unfortunately, yesterday (December 2) this patch caused several server issues for players, although EA confirmed that it was working on a fix.
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