The First season from Battlefield 2042, which includes a new specialist, content for the battle pass and the mode Portal, and other types of news, was scheduled to start in early 2022, according to the plans of Electronic Arts and DICE; however, those responsible for the game have announced today through an article in the official blog that this first season Finally not start until summer 2022, thus delaying the content plans they had planned for this year.
Ryan McArthur, producer of Battlefield 2042, is the one who signs an extensive article in which he explains the reasons behind the delay of the first season of the game. In that text he thanks the community for “patiently waiting” for a statement from the company about the problems that players have been reporting since the launch of this installment. They claim to be “very involved and committed” to the future of the game and that they are working on improvements, which has caused the delay of the first season.
“This decision gives us time to focus on improving the experience from Battlefield 2042 while we finalize development on our seasonal content to ensure everything meets our standard for quality,” says McArthur. Due to the delay, DICE is offering free content such as reward buyers Year One Pass included in the Gold and Ultimate editions of the game: in the next update you will receive a pack with skins specialist, weapons and vehicles, as well as a melee weapon and a player card.
In the article we can also read that the development team of Battlefield 2042 intends to establish a new strategy of feedback with the community for a much more open process of creating and improving the game. They have also announced that next news What they will implement as soon as they can include a leaderboard, voice chat for all platforms, and an improved player profile.
Battlefield 2042 It is available on PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, Xbox One and PC. You can read our review at this link and take a look at our guide here.