Until the summer, Battlefield 2042 Season 1 will be delayed!

DICE has decided to postpone the release of Battlefield 2042's next update, dubbed “Battlefield 2042 Season 1” which will include a redesigned scoreboard, among other features.

Battlefield 2042 update 3.3, which was originally scheduled to be released between the middle and end of February, will now be released in the first few days of March, according to the developer.

On Thursday, to be precise. “The additional time will allow us to improve the overall quality of our Updates while also including additional changes,” DICE explained.

The studio stated last week, in response to questions about the update, that the game's upgraded in-round scoreboard “will be an ongoing evolution” from some work in progress revealed earlier this month.

“We have taken note of your feedback regarding the inclusion of two tables and the separation of your team from the enemy, and we are working to incorporate it into the game for release,” the studio stated. In addition, K/D scoring and End of Round reporting will be implemented in a future update.”

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The Game's Studio Is Considering Adding Voice Chat

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DICE is considering adding support for in-game voice chat as well as player profile changes that will give users a better overview of their progress and how far they have to travel before they can unlock their next unlock “as soon as possible.”

Earlier this week, DICE announced that the first season of Battlefield 2042's live content has been postponed in order to focus on improving the quality of the current product following a less-than-satisfactory launch.

Battlefield 2042 Season 1 was originally scheduled to release in March, but the game will now be released in the summer of 2022, rather than in March.

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Battlefield 2042 Is Still Committed to the Publisher's End

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Following the postponement, the CEO of DICE's parent company, Electronic Arts, stated that the publisher will remain completely committed to Battlefield 2042 and the franchise's fans in the coming months and years.

He encouraged DICE to turn Battlefield 2042's fate around by re-engaging its fanbase, something he claimed the studio was well-versed in doing. He also expressed confidence in the game's long-term success, saying it will “do well over time.”

Battlefield 2042's developer DICE released a hotfix earlier on Thursday in order to “address areas of game instability” that had been observed following the release of update 3.2 earlier this month.

Renewal, the map that had been removed from rotation two weeks earlier due to stability issues, was re-launched as a result of the hotfix on both Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

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