Battlefield 2042: EA still wants to save the game

has expectations Battlefield 2042 not fulfilled for EA, but the publisher would like to give up the shooter from DICE not for a long time. CEO Andrew Wilson has now announced to investors that the franchise and the current title will continue to be one important role will play for the future of Electronic Arts. However, you want one new approach to development tackle the title.

New Battlefield 2042 content on the way

Among other things, Andrew Wilson spoke about the replacement of Vince Zampellawhich will in future be part of the Battlefield brand EA takes care. Despite the setback you want now “long-term” plan with the franchise at the publisher. And that also includes steering the current part back on the right track. As soon as the course for Battlefield 2042 is right, new content for the shooter will follow.

That’s what Andrew Wilson says about the state of Battlefield 2042

“[DICE] has already made thousands of updates for the community, working on the Quality-of-Life to get the core of the game right. I think there’s still work to be done and the team is ready to do that work for the community – and once we feel we’re on the right track with the core of the game, you can expect further investments that will game beyond where it is now.”

Season 1 will not start until summer 2022

Battlefield 2042 players are still waiting for the official one Start of Season 1 of the shooter. Because of the problematic start, DICE has postponed the date to summer 2022. Instead of new content, the time was used to take care of community feedback and release updates. But soon there will be new specialists, maps and many other things within the seasons.

Source: Eurogamer

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