Recently, a petition to allow refunds for Battlefield 2042 is receiving much support from the gaming community.
A petition for a refund for Battlefield 2042 is rapidly gaining support which has now been signed by more than 30,000 players. The Change.org petition as of time of publication has been signed by about 29,000 users – a significant increase from the 5,000 who signed when it was discovered by Windows Central on Monday. “EA’s release of Battlefield 2042 is a mockery of every customer who paid for the game for $70 USD (USD) due to EA’s false advertising,” the statement read. information in the petition.
“Battlefield 2042 has cost consumers millions of dollars and upset thousands of customers worldwide. “According to numerous consumer reports, Electronic Arts and DICE broke their promises at launch, and Battlefield 2042 was released but was unplayable. “Even today, Battlefield 2042 has bugs that dramatically alter the in-game experience to the point that many community members consider it an incomplete release.”
EA CEO Andrew Wilson last week said the company remains committed to Battlefield 2042 and the fans of the franchise after the game’s disappointing launch. To address performance issues and the company’s plans for the title during its third-quarter earnings call, Wilson helped developer DICE turn Battlefield 2042’s fortunes around by re-engaging the base. fans and claims to believe the game will “work really well for the time being”.
“Developing this game with our teams working from home for almost two years has ultimately proven to be challenging,” he said. Through testing and preparation, we believe our game is ready for players.” Wilson continued: “Some of the design choices we made with the game also didn’t resonate with everyone in the community. We are fully committed to realizing the full potential of this game and fully committed to our Battlefield fans. “We’ve rolled out a bunch of major updates to the game, and there are many more to come.”
Before the financial call, DICE confirmed it was delaying the release of Battlefield 2042 Season 1, which had been anticipated since March, until the summer of 2022. A few days later, DICE also delayed the next update. of Battlefield 2042, this update will introduce a refreshed scoreboard, from late this month to early March.