Gamers of Battlefield 2042 reportedly discovered a slew of problems including technical flaws following the videogame’s November 2021 launch. Nevertheless, as one gamer demonstrates, the problems may range from merely bothersome to downright ludicrous.
Despite being the newest edition in EA & DICE’s notable and widely popular series, Battlefield 2042 has failed to deliver on the promise established by its forebears. Almost immediately after the game’s release, gamers began reporting various flaws, connectivity problems, and a lack of previously available functionality.
“What The Hell Happened”
Reddit user CoconutCream311 has posted a clip showing a tiny car taking off off an extremely short, yet high-flying, runway. Prior to actually touching down on the opposite end, it flies far enough to avoid a stranded cruiser in its path. Furious gamers and those who make fun of the absurdity of the situation are both represented in the comment threads section.
A surface unit soaring off into the clouds would just be jarring in the Battlefield genre, which seeks to maintain a degree of realism. Considering Battlefield 2042’s penguin-repairing glitch from 2021, the scenario’s comedic nature renders it tough to be annoyed with. If you glance at the car’s trajectory when it’s looking up, it seems as if force is dragging the car toward the sky instead of pulling it close to the earth. It’s probable that a remedy will be issued since the problem can be smartly potentially exploited.
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Despite this, Battlefield 2042 is now doing a bad job on Steam than any of its contemporaries, including Battlefield 1, Battlefield 4, and Battlefield 5. After a rocky debut and a series of product revisions and protracted setbacks, EA and DICE are still struggling to repair the damage done to the videogame by its terrible image. A return to form is possible, but Battlefield 2042 is losing bigger and bigger numbers of gamers to its competitors and prior series entrants on a daily basis.
In spite of the many flaws that plague Battlefield 2042, thank goodness none of them is a videogame-killer. A number of serious concerns continue, making the match unplayable for newcomers. However, gamers who have adapted to these challenges and decided to stick with the videogame are gratefully received for posting videos of what transpires incorrectly in the hopes that DICE will fix it, while also putting on a show for those witnessing the action from afar.