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Nov 23, 2021

DICE gives a Launch Update and plan for The Road Ahead regarding Battlefield 2042, with Update #2 arriving this week


From Press Release:

It’s only a few days past our global launch, and there are already millions of you playing Battlefield 2042. We’re happy to see so many of you back on the battlefield – almost twice as many at this point as our last release. So first, thank you to all of you – how you’re playing and what you’re creating in the game is amazing and beyond our expectations.  We’re also listening closely to your feedback which is helping to shape updates to come.

We couldn’t be more passionate about this game and will be supporting and evolving it for years to come. We have confirmed at least two major game updates in the coming weeks, and we’ll be here communicating consistently about the changes we are making, as well as new content coming to Battlefield 2042.

The teams across the globe are working 24/7 to evolve and deliver improvements to the game. Since launch we’ve made a number of service updates that have improved server performance as well as the vaulting and restoration of content not performing in line with our designs.

We also want to give you the assurance that we’re carefully evaluating your desire to see legacy features return. End-of-match Scoreboard, Server Browser, and features like Voice Chat are big topics for us to cover all at once, and we have plenty we want to say around them.  We’ll come back to you when we have things that we can show to you, including details about our long-term vision for certain features and functions.

Now, let’s focus on what is coming. We’ll be delivering Update #2 for the game on Thursday, November 25, followed by a further, substantial Update #3 in early December. We are also working on another update that we are looking to deploy in advance of the Holidays too. In addition to the updates that are coming, we’ll also be sharing more about Season 1 in early 2022.

For the latest on these updates and further developments, we’ll continue to provide updates through Battlefield Direct Communications on Twitter straight from the Development and Community teams.

Read the full blog post here: