DICE may have encountered some issues behind the scenes according to an insider.
The Battlefield 2042 Beta came to a close this past weekend, and it had a lot of fans taking to social media with their complaints about how rough the experience was.
Poor performance and connection issues can be expected with a beta, after all that’s the hole point. The idea is to stress test the game and find its weakest areas, but fans were complaining about much more than expected.
Before the Beta went live DICE confirmed that the build they were using was “a few months old” which could explain a lot of the problems, but one insider has claimed that the Beta build of the game isn’t as old as DICE made it out to be.
Now I have to make it clear that the following information is unconfirmed, and we aren’t able to verify that it is true with DICE. Well known insider/leaker Tom Henderson revealed in an article that the beta build is allegedly from September, a lot younger than they originally made it out to be.
Henderson has also mentioned that DICE may have encountered some issues in the games development, with Battlefield 2042’s specialists being accused of being too similar to Call of Duty’s Operators.
If these pieces of information are true then it would explain DICE’s decision to delay the game, but with the release date fast approaching, we can only hope they have enough time to iron out the issues by the time November 19 rolls around.
Battlefield 2042 is releasing November 19 on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S/X, and PC.
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