EA Said To Be ‘Very Disappointing’ In Battlefield 2042, Consider Some Kind Of Free Play Options

The Battlefield Franchising has long been considered one of the biggest competitors to Call of Duty, occupies the position of the best-selling game every year. Last year saw the launch of Battlefield 2042, EA has touted as a true “next generation” experience. However, Battlefield 2042 evaluate mostly negative, the community has taken issue with it, and EA now considers it a disappointment, even seems to be considering making it free to play in some capacity.

That last piece of information comes from Tom Henderson, a reputable leaker who regularly publishes information about upcoming games, especially in the FPS space. While Henderson’s track record is the best with Call of Duty, he also shares a lot of correct things Battlefield past information, including Battlefield 2042’s reveal date. Now, the leaker is shedding more light on how EA views Battlefield 2042 internally.


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On Twitter, Henderson said that EA was “very disappointed” with How Battlefield 2042 performed and now “”consider all options” when it comes to titles. Henderson goes on to state that those options include Battlefield 2042 free to play in some abilities, though it’s unclear if that simply means some elements of Battlefield 2042 will be offered for free or the full game with the overhauled store mechanics. Henderson seems to have more to say tomorrow.

It’s not hard to see where EA reported disappointment in Battlefield 2042 from. It launched with a ton of technical issues, lackluster weapon selection, and more. So far, community response has been mostly negative, as fans vent their frustrations over the flimsy content offering, expert systemand poor communication from the development team. So the question is what is the way forward? Battlefield 2042 and whether it’s worth trying to save in the first place.

For some people, playing for free is an attractive option. Current generation versions of Battlefield 2042 run $69.99, while the last-gen versions run the standard $59.99. That money can be redirected to a different triple release, some indie game, or put into the store for more skins if Battlefield 2042 adopted a free-to-play model. However, it can also cause problems for those who bought it Battlefield 2042, and gamers opposed to high-end stores.

EA is in the middle of a bit of rock and a tough place. React to Battlefield 2042’s beta is pretty warm at best and negative at worst, so the best course of action is to do what Halo Infinite did and delayed it further. However, things are very messy now. Battlefield 2042 It may not be a free-to-play turn, but it clearly needs fundamental changes.

Battlefield 2042 Currently available for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X.

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ClareFora is a Interreviewed U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. ClareFora joined Interreviewed in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: clarefora@interreviewed.com.

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