A Battlefield 2042 player shares an amazing clip in which they dramatically take down 16 unsuspecting opponents in just one second.
Battlefield 2042 released on November 19th, just a few days from now. But Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers are getting new flavors soon Battlefield game, as well as those who purchased the Ultimate Edition and with it, players are sharing some impressive, hilarious, and soaring clips of Battlefield 2042. One such video made rounds and received rave reviews, as it featured a player who seemed to have destroyed 16 lives in just 1 second.
Battlefield was once a community experience as players shared epic moments throughout the series. That looks like it will continue with Battlefield 2042 and the multiplayer moments that DICE and EA aspire to deliver. Between beta and early access, the community reacted with Michael Bay style clips about Battlefield 2042and now they have another video to do it with a moment shared by a Battlefield player.
Recently, Reddit user u/ChineseLok shared a video on r/Battlefield in which they flew jets directly at unsuspecting enemies below. During the crash, the jet exploded and killed 16 people, achieving an extremely impressive kill count. This is some kind of exaggerated madness Battlefield 2042 was created for and for the type of clip that the series has been known to deliver. The video has more than 12,000 upvotes on Reddit, as hundreds of commenters applauded the ingenuity and the remarkably successful move.
So far as hilarious as the clip and as funny as many of these moments Battlefield 2042 received very poor user reviews. The game has some spectacular moments, such as the player being able to get 16 kills in just one second, but the community complains that the game is cruder than it really is. However, an off-road ride and wild sandbox is something that many players are likely to encounter, and that is what Battlefield 2042 provided.
However, due to the lack of depth, the game is filled with glitches and problems. The beta was rife with problems and that seems to have carried over to the full release, including the fact that Battlefield 2042 is causing the Xbox console to crash as hard as the jet in the video u/ChineseLok shared. Even if DICE and EA can promise that Battlefield 2042 will be added over time with updates and improvements, the community will likely shrink quite quickly if the game remains in a broken state.
Battlefield 2042 Releases November 19th on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X | S.
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