The PvPvE mode will continue to receive fixes and patches, but where new content is concerned, DICE will be focusing on other modes in Battlefield 2042.
In a blog post detailing a new update for Battlefield 2042, developer DICE has revealed that Season 1 will be coming to the game in early June.
Battlefield 2042's latest update removes the 128-player variant of Breakthrough because it isn't working the way as DICE intended it to.
A recent survey out to a select group of players asks players regarding potential improvements such as persistent servicers and spatial editor.
Sources speaking to Tom Henderson said they'd be surprised at a 2023 release for the next Battlefield, despite CEO Andrew Wilson's previous comments.
EA's CEO Andrew Wilson has also provided an update about the launch plans for the upcoming Battlefield Mobile.
Though no official announcement has yet been mode, the Xbox Store pages of both games suggest that they'll be joining Game Pass soon.
Datamining of the recently released patch 4.0 seems to have unearthed details on upcoming in-game monetization plans for the shooter.
Weapon attachments have been overhauled, support actions now award more XP and the scoreboard is now visible in End of Round screens.
Battlefield 2042 dataminer seems to have found three Specialists who are not currently in the game, including one that seems to be a RC Drone specialist.
Battlefield 2042 community manager Kevin Johnson has released a list of key changes included with Update 4.0 ahead of its launch next week.
Battlefield 2042's concurrent player count on Steam dipped below 1000 today, a new low for the beleaguered shooter.
DICE says that the update will be focused largely on ironing out fixes, but will also make some balancing changes to the game.
A "large portion" of DICE is reportedly working on the next Battlefield, which is seemingly in pre-production and has a modern/near-future setting.
DICE finally adds the revamped scoreboard for Battlefield 2042, along with several other fixes.
Already delayed once, the beleaguered shooter's next update, which will bring a revamped Scoreboard, has been pushed back by another week.
DICE reiterates its "dedication to the continued effort of improving on, and delivering new content for Battlefield 2042."
According to industry insider Tom Henderson, EA's top execs have told staff that Battlefield 2042's poor performance is partly a result of Halo Infinite's surprise multiplayer launch.
Through a series of tweets, Ripple Effect Studios' senior design director Justin Wiebe confirmed that the team is focused on fixing the core issues of the game, while also working on better communicat...
Ex-Battlefield developers have recently questioned design decisions and quality control for Battlefield 2042, expressing disappointment.