There is no way to hide it: Battlefield 2042 It turned out to be a huge disappointment. What appeared to be a game with the potential to be a comeback in form for the series resulted in what could be the final nail in the coffin of what fans love.
Criticism tore the game apart and fans have done the same. What is worse is that the pests that many talk about on social networks are not even the worst. What happens is that users who trusted their money in the game little by little have been getting off the boat and this is causing it to crash.
What we mean is that, little by little, the players have had their fill of Battlefield 2042. This to the degree of abandoning the game and not playing it again for weeks. We have the evidence of this on Steam, a platform that reveals that the user base of Battlefield 2042 It has been plummeting within weeks of its release.
According to figures from Steam Charts, site that keeps track of concurrent users on Steam, Battlefield 2042 every time it generates less interest from its players. We say it since its average number of connected players in recent days has been 15,034 people. This represents a 25% drop compared to the previous 30 days.
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Perhaps the most worrying thing for DICE must be that, at times, old deliveries of Battlefield have the same number of active players as Battlefield 2042. A clear clue that the community is not happy with the product they received
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What do you think about this situation? Do you think DICE and EA can save Battlefield 2042? Tell us in the comments.
Battlefield 2042 arrived on November 19 for Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 and PC. You can learn more about this FPS saga by clicking here.
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