Battlefield 2042 Dev Admits Certain Fixes Are “Taking Too Long”

Justin Weibe, the senior design director of Ripple Effect Studios, recently addressed the XP and tier 1 progression problems, and also said that the team is discussing more changes to modes.

Posted By | On 17th, Jan. 2022

Battlefield Portal

The Battlefield 2042 community was left in disappointment when DICE and Ripple Effect Studios changed the way Battlefield Portal and the base multiplayer experience itself handled the XP progression originally. Players were making literal XP farms to boost and progress themselves in the main game, and to combat that the developers temporarily nerfed XP progression, which brought in more disappointment than happiness.

Well, it seems Ripple Effect Studios, the developer responsible for Battlefield Portal, agrees that necessary changes are required. In a series of tweets, Justin Wiebe, the Senior Design Director at Ripple Effect Studios, admitted that the concerns of players are justified and that it is taking the developers too long to fix the XP issues and tier 1 progression in the game.

Weibe also answered a few other concerns from the fans. One fan asked if the rule editor will be added to Rush and other objective-based modes, to which he said that it is “in the discussion phase”.

Hopefully, Ripple Effect Studios will figure out the ways to fix the XP and progression issues on hand. In other Battlefield 2042 related news, the game received its third update last month, which seems to fix a number of problems, while a new map is scheduled to release soon.


Amazing Articles You Might Want To Check Out!



Share Your Thoughts Below  (Always follow our comments policy!)



Keep On Reading!

Battlefield 2042 – Update 4.1 Removes 128 Player Breakthrough, Includes Balance Fixes, and More

Battlefield 2042 – Update 4.1 Removes 128 Player Breakthrough, Includes Balance Fixes, and More

Battlefield 2042's latest update removes the 128-player mode of Breakthrough because it isn't working the way ...

WRC Generations Announced; Launching in October for PlayStation and Xbox, Later for PC and Switch

WRC Generations Announced; Launching in October for PlayStation and Xbox, Later for PC and Switch

KT Racing and Nacon's final WRC title is being billed as the most comprehensive WRC game to date, and will als...

Final Fantasy 7 Announcements Arriving in June, According to Square Enix

Final Fantasy 7 Announcements Arriving in June, According to Square Enix

The developer had previously indicated that Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 might be officially unveiled sometim...

Roller Champions is Out on May 25 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC

Roller Champions is Out on May 25 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC

The free-to-play game will feature cross-play and cross-progression support. Switch and Stadia versions will a...

Steelrising Story Trailer Welcomes You to the Revolution

Steelrising Story Trailer Welcomes You to the Revolution

Spiders and Nacon's action RPG is due out for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC a few months from now, in...

The Last of Us Remake is Scheduled for Holiday 2022 – Rumour

The Last of Us Remake is Scheduled for Holiday 2022 – Rumour

Journalist Jeff Grubb has claimed that based on what he's heard, The Last of Us' rumoured remake is expected t...