A Battlefield 2042 player has shared a funny gameplay clip showing how potentially amazing switching seats on vehicles can be.
Fans have been expecting a Battlefield installments over a fairly long period, so when Battlefield 2042 was announced earlier this year, fans have been eager to return to the first-person shooter. However, unfortunately, Battlefield 2042 was recently released to very negative reviews from fans due to various issues with the title, such as inconsistent frame rates, lack of features, and occasional crashes during gunfights.
Despite the negatives, Battlefield 2042’s Sales are reported to be off to a strong start with the title selling over 4 million copies in its first week of release. Many first-person shooter fans are ignoring Call of Duty this year or don’t care Halo Infinite still playing Battlefield. EA is still working to fix some issues Battlefield 2042 and while not traditionally considered a bug, there is a strange behavior in the game that may need to be fixed in the future.
Battlefield 2042 There are several vehicles that the player can control such as tanks, helicopters and boats. A Reddit user named seansyyyyy shared a hilarious gameplay clip in which they are trying to shoot enemies inside a stationary LATV4 Recon. Despite landing a few bullets, the user was unable to kill the enemies due to them spamming the switch seats option. Because enemies kept switching places and eventually receiving aid from allies, seansyyyyy was unable to kill them and eventually died.
Although generally considered a more realistic first-person shooter, there are a few mechanics in the game Battlefield 2042 that the player thinks will need to deal with in the future. Such examples include Santa Claus Battlefield 2042 skin that seems to contradict the overall tone of the game. Of course, being able to move seats is essential when vehicles are involved, but the idea of the game simply shifting the player seems a bit off-putting.
However, the game is still in its first month of release and EA is still working on fixing some major issues for the game. Battlefield 2042 with a major patch just released few days ago. Unfortunately for Battlefield 2042 fans, there is no single player campaign that players can join while some multiplayer issues are resolved.
Regardless the problem persists in Battlefield 2042, the franchise still has a loyal fan base evident by its countless daily shared gameplay clips and impressive first-week sales. Halo Infinite’s release soon stole some Battlefield 2042’s thunder, but with more stability patches and a larger map selection, and the franchise is likely to return to its former glory.
Battlefield 2042 currently available on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.
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