It is reported that Battlefield 2042 has a tremendous amount of negative reviews that have scored on Steam right now, and there are many calling out of the DICE game for the matter that they say is a lack of features and also the functionality, and also for the buggy nature.
There are more than 44,000 reviews for Battlefield 2042 on Steam but within it 33,000 reviews are negative, about 11,000 are positive. It is not the ratio that has been expected from DICE and EA. If we compare Battlefield V and Battlefield 1 had got a more positive review on Steam, with the boosting of the games that have been aggregated the scores of the review of “mostly positive” and “very positive”. The users are mainly criticizing the game for the lack of its single-player mode and also for the absence of the leaderboard or the server browser for the All-Out-Warfare mode, among other things. One user said, “The game had so much potential to be good and EA failed and they did the opposite of what the community wanted”.
This game was officially released on 19th November just a week ago. In this neither DICE and nor have declared about the sales or the engagement numbers of the game. It was released at the busy time for the FPS games like Call of Duty: Vanguard released on 5th November, and also with Halo Infinite’s multiplayer beta has set to come on 15th November.
Dice has made a record to release such high-profile games with a negative reaction. In 2017’s Star Wars: Battlefront II had loot boxes at the time of the early access period, they had been also criticized by the fans, and also been prompting DICE for the removal of the loot box system for launch. Now, the game also has such a positive aggregate review score on Steam.
After launching this game DICE has continued its update for Battlefield 2042, it seems that it has been outlined by some of the big changes and also the improvements that come in the future. All the fans are expecting such ongoing support for the fans. The latest Battlefield game might come even further and also adapt such free to play model.
The review of GameSpot’s Battlefield 2042 is in progress and has been scored an 8/10. Phil Hornshaw said, “ What’s really impressive in battlefield 2042 is the vsr4iey that’s on offer. It lets you play a bunch of different kinds of FPS experiences in several different games, in such different portal rule sets, and also even in the same match-like switch in between the characters.
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