Battlefield 2042 First Season Pushed To Early Summer
EA has pushed the upcoming first season of Battlefield 2042 to early summer. They have outlined their plans in a new blog post.
Battlefield 2042 fans have been waiting for the game to get some post-launch support, but it has been less than satisfactory. There is a lack of updates to the game, and the first season that was supposed to start for it post-launch hasn’t even been revealed yet.
The game had a rather poor launch due to a combination of server issues, bugs, and lackluster support. It led to the game getting a huge amount of negative reviews on Steam and the online population wasn’t able to maintain itself, falling to even below the level of its predecessors like Battlefield 5.
In their blog post, EA has confirmed that they are delaying the release of Season One for Battlefield 2042 to early Summer.
We’ve had to make some big decisions to ensure that our next set of updates can be focused on delivering these improvements, with the most substantial one being to move the release date of our first Season to early Summer. This decision gives us the time to focus on improving the Battlefield 2042 experience while finalizing the development of our seasonal content to ensure that it all reaches our standard for quality.
While the season has been delayed, this doesn’t mean that there won’t be any upcoming updates. They are planning to bring new features like Scoreboard, Voice Communication (VOIP) for all major platforms, and improved player profiles as one of the upcoming updates.
EA is also restricting the way they will take player feedback so that they can make the game better. They are hoping that this will help them resolve and identify any issues that the players are facing.
Battlefield 2042 is available now for the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, and PC.