Months later, Battlefield 2042 is getting a new scoreboard

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Battlefield 2042 developer DICE finally broke its silence, even if what it did say wasn’t to everyone’s liking. The developer released a small patch today, and introduced a new XP cap system to Battlefield Portal as a compromise that’ll hopefully please players.

But the biggest changes won’t actually be here for a while. We also don’t know what they’re going to be. In a series of Tweets, DICE revealed that patch 3.3, currently scheduled for mid-to-late February, will be a major one. The only interesting detail the developer was willing to share was that the patch will introduce a new scoreboard.

Battlefield 2042 launched with a new, radical design for the scoreboard that focused on personal performance, and kept track of ribbon progress and other stats that don’t typically belong on a scoreboard. What that design didn’t show was how the rest of the team, or indeed server, was doing – something fairly standard for scoreboards in games.

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