Battlefield 2042 is the latest entry in the Battlefield series, and the game is scheduled to release this November 19, 2021. Before its launch, the open beta for Battlefield 2042 was released last week and players got their chance to experience what the game would be like.
When the beta for Battlefield 2042 came out, plenty of players had their time to enjoy the game, but there was plenty of criticism for the beta as well. Some of the more frequent criticisms of the game’s beta included various unexpected crashes and bugs in the game, along with other issues. However, the criticisms of the beta are not going ignored, as feedback forms are being sent out to players who participated in the beta.
EA has been emailing surveys to Battlefield 2042 beta participants to get their feedback on the game. The survey itself asks plenty of questions that reportedly tackle some, if not most, of the frequent criticisms about Battlefield 2042’s beta brought up by the majority of players. The survey asks plenty of questions for players about various things, like hit detection in the game, the bots, and the map sizes. It also asked how participants felt about the Specialist system compared to the series’ Class system.
One of the reported questions asked about the difficulty players had in distinguishing enemies from allies in the game, with another asking players about how clear or unclear the objectives were in the beta. These questions and more are brought up in the survey. EA has been emailing the surveys out for the past few days, but some online players report not getting the email despite being participants in the beta. However, there are plenty of players who recevied the survey and were able to reply with their answers on the issues encountered in Battlefield 2042’s beta.
There are also players who raised the question of whether or not the feedback will actually be useful to the game. Since Battlefield 2042 is only one month away from release, some players wonder if DICE and EA will be able to act on the criticisms brought up by players before the game releases. Some players thought this could be an indication that Battlefield 2042 might be delayed, but plenty don’t think that is the case. While others have speculated that DICE might apply any new changes based on the player feedback into the game a little later after its official release in November.
Battlefield 2042 releases on November 19, 2021 for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.
Source: Push Square