BATTLEFIELD 2042 PETITION FOR REFUNDS ON ALL PLATFORMS GATHERS MUCH MORE THAN 30,000 SIGNATURES
After the recent decision to postpone the multiplayer shooter’s debut season, a Battlefield2042 petition asking for refunds across all platforms has gained momentum.
At the time of writing, more than 30.000 people had signed the petition, dissatisfying the state in which Battlefield-2042 was launched.
“EA released Battlefield 2042 in a mockery to every customer who bought this video game for USD 70 due to EA’s false advertising,” refers to the petition.
“Battlefield 2042” has caused millions of dollars of damage and upset thousands of customers worldwide.
According to numerous consumer reports, Electronic Arts & DICE didn’t keep many of their promises at launch, and Battlefield 2042 was deemed unplayable. “
The petition mentions how Battlefield 2042 still has many bugs and other issues, which have caused some community members not to consider it a finished product.
This sentiment has been shared widely online since its launch. Fans were disappointed by the game’s departure from a traditional class system, poor performance, and map flow.
The 128 player jump also had poor map flow and unstable performance. Additionally, features such as VoIP or scoreboard were not available in the launch version.
Dice, the game developer, announced that it would delay the first season until early summer and continue to work on the game’s improvement.
Electronic Arts quickly confirmed that Battlefield 2042 had not met its sales targets.
The player base for Battlefield 2042 is also declining. The newest Battlefield 2042 title on Steam is having trouble competing with its predecessors in terms of concurrent users.
It remains to be seen if the petition will lead to Battlefield 2042 refunds being freely offered across all platforms. However, Steam users have reported receiving refunds for the first-person shooter even though they are no longer eligible.