Season 1 is postponed in order to fix the problems

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As you may have noticed for those who follow FPS news, Battlefield 2042 had a mixed launch. So much so that Season 1 is pushed back to take the time to fix current issues.

No need to hold the suspense any longer, the first season of Battelfield 2042 has been pushed back to early summer 2022 so that developer DICE can focus on fixing the game’s current issues.

A note of hope for Battlefield 2042

The decision was made so ” the game reaches the highest quality standards of the franchise.”. Here is what producer Ryan McArthur explains:

Thank you for your patience. We know you want to know more about fixes for known issues in Battlefield 2042 and where the game is headed in the coming months. Today, we confirm that our team is committed to ensuring that the game reaches the highest quality standards of the franchise.

We heard you. We will therefore be actively investing in the future of Battlefield 2042. We are working on several fronts to analyze your feedback and apply significant fixes to the game, introduce major features that you deem essential and develop the game further. team.

We had to make some big decisions for our next set of updates to introduce such improvements, the most significant being moving the release date of our first Season to early summer. This gives us time to focus on improving the Battlefield 2042 experience while finalizing our seasonal content development to meet all quality standards.

Some players have already purchased the Battle Pass through the Gold and Ultimate versions of the game, to make amends DICE will grant them an exclusive bundle including a specialist skin, weapon and vehicle skins, a melee weapon and a map player in the next update.

For the record, the game is available on PC, PS4, PS5; Xbox One and Xbox Series.

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