EA has announced Update 1.0 to Battlefield 2042 and it brings some much needed improvements to the game. Hundreds of changes, bug fixes, and quality of life improvements have been incorporated into this update. This was done pending the launch of season 1.
Battlefield 2042: Update 1.0: What’s new?
Here’s a look at what’s been added to the game:
- Multiple improvements to the gameplay will result in smoother animations and general movements.
- Weapons have received an updated net code to improve the recording of bullets. We also did an extra balance shift, which includes increased projectile velocities for DMR and LMG and improved accuracy for rifles.
- Several new XP events have been added, such as for killing an enemy who has recently injured or killed a teammate, or when an enemy vehicle that you have recently damaged is destroyed by a teammate and the occupants are killed.
- The number of vehicles available worldwide has been increased for Conquest, which should make it easier to get on the map
- Sundance’s Wingsuit has been adjusted to reduce total flight time while making it easier to handle. To simplify its specialty, EMP Field Smart Explosive has been removed
More details about the new update can be found here. The update is scheduled to be released on June 7 at 4:00 AM Eastern Time. It also mentions a future update set for July. This update will bring minor changes and improvements to the game as well.
Battlefield 2042: Is it finally improving?
It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. For the first time, there was no single player campaign in the series. It was also the first game in the series that did not have a single player story. The players were very upset that the game was not finished when it came out and was full of annoying bugs. They also didn’t like that the game didn’t have important features that were in previous Battlefield games. The skins in the game, as well as the holiday-themed skins, didn’t match the dark, dirty tone of the game. These have led to the loss of many players, especially on Steam. In addition, they did not have a class system and no weapons and maps.
The developers of Battlefield 2042 have acknowledged their wrongdoing for the game and have come up with a plan to improve it. Numerous fixes have been added, such as dashboard update and VoIP support. Regarding the state of the game, the developers said, “It was essential for us to make sure that as much of the experience as we delivered was in the best shape possible before we started offering completely new content. We know it’s been a frustrating and long journey from here to there, and while we have more to do, we encourage many of you to have a better gaming experience. ”
Season 1 update would be a much needed breath of fresh air to make the game more enjoyable for players.
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