The Battlefield Team Are Delusional

The Battlefield Team Are Delusional

The Battlefield Team Are Delusional and not sure how they can be proud of this game, after years of complaints, the Community shrinking by the day and the Veterans of the DICE Team all leaving the company, the Battlefield team have the cheek to say they took the opportunity to evolve the game to make it even better for you and continue to learn valuable lessons.

Really? Like Really?? Battlefield 2042 has been Battlefield’s biggest pile of trash ever to be created by DICE. The removal of a good DICE Team, no Expansion Packs, and Zero Passion or knowledge have brought this game down to it’s knees and is no longer iconic.

This game lacks what it takes to be called a Battlefield Game! The real community have been trying for years to tell them, only to be ignored and replaced by paid streamers who couldnt give a damn. With hardly any maps (the maps we have are mostly garbage), cross-play is horrible (like we said it would be and caused a major discussion on Twitter), COD style like movements and gameplay, terrible weapons, the AI is real bad, the cosmetics and micro-payments are ridiculous, no keyboard / mouse options for console users, the game didnt have simple Battlefield core elements such as VOIP, Comorose, Server Browser (the one now sucks) and more..

So with this we are glad to announce that there will no longer be anymore Seasons for Battlefield 2042!


Sorry.. this news makes us very happy indeed as we can soon be moving onto the next Battlefield game, and maybe this time.. they might listen to their real community and not paid streamers. If not i fear that it will be the end of the Battlefield Franchise once and for all.

Below is a Delusional statement by EA / DICE:
Byron Beede (General Manager, Battlefield)

Battlefield Community –

When Battlefield 2042 launched, we promised to bring four seasons of content to the game, including new maps, additional specialists, weapons, vehicles, and more. As our seasons continued, the feedback we received made it clear your appetite for more Battlefield 2042 remained strong. We took the opportunity to evolve the game to make it even better for you and continue to learn valuable lessons for our own developmental processes.

Last month, we released the seventh season of Battlefield 2042 – Turning Point, which added an intense new urban map set in Chile as well as several weapons and a new gadget, with a revamped map based on the Stadium location from Hourglass, two themed events, and a new weapon and vehicle to come.

While we’ve enjoyed and are proud of creating these seasons of additional content for Battlefield 2042, it is now necessary for us to turn from the present to the future. What this ultimately means is that Season 7 will serve as the final season for Battlefield 2042. After Season 7 concludes, we will continue to support the game with new in-game challenges, events, modes, and of course, ongoing maintenance, but we are moving away from delivering official seasons.

We know this news may be disappointing. However, as we looked at what the future of the series required, it became clear it was time for us to shift our resources and focus to be fully dedicated to what comes next.

As I’ve mentioned in previous updates, we have an ambitious vision to embrace and unlock the vast potential of the series’ class-based squadplay and immersive, intense battles.

To that end, Motive Studio – the talented developers known most recently for their work on the critically acclaimed remake of Dead Space and Star Wars: Squadrons – are building a team focused on Battlefield at their studio. We’re tremendously excited for Motive, as they are bringing their expertise with Frostbite and compelling storytelling to the fold, joining DICE, Criterion, and Ripple Effect in building a Battlefield universe across connected multiplayer experiences and single-player.

Battlefield 2042 has been an important chapter of the series we all know and love, and your feedback has been important in helping us build this game into something special while also assisting us in laying the foundation for the future. Battlefield is an experience that is defined by the passion of its community as much as its team-driven tactics and explosive battles, and I look forward to the day that we can tell you more about what’s coming next.