EA confirms that Battlefield 2042 did not meet your expectations

Like other companies, EA has released its information related to the most recent fiscal quarter. Although the numbers were positive for the company, with apex legends and fifa 22 being a success, there was a remarkable problem: _ Battlefield 2042 _. In addition to offering an explanation for the situation surrounding this title, EA CEO has revealed that this title failed to meet expectations.

Through a conference, Andrew Wilson, EA CEO, noted that BATTLEFIELD 2042 failed to meet sales expectations. Mainly, it has been mentioned that the challenges imposed to work from home, as well as the great ambition of this project, ended up harming the final result . This was what he commented on:

EA Admit Battlefield 2042 Sales Didn't Meet Expectations, Players Fed Up As DICE Delay Season 1

“Battlefield 2042 was always an ambitious game, and our teams pressed to innovate in many dimensions, including large-scale and 128 players, new modes, new dynamic gameplay and more. Developing this game with our teamworking teams for almost two years it turned out to be a challenge. Through our processes of proof and preparation, we believed that the experience was ready to put it in the hands of our players. We launched with strong stability; However, as more players experienced the full game, it became clear that there were unforeseen performance problems that we would have to solve. Some of the design elections we made with the game either either resonated with everyone in our community. “

Along with this, it was revealed that the first season of BATTLEFIELD 2042 has been delayed, this to solve the problems that afflict this title . Similarly, a report has pointed out that this game could well end up becoming a free-to-play.

Editor’s note:

It is a pity that such an expected title just ends up being one of the greatest EA errors in recent years. Although the company can recover financially, it seems that its image has been spotted once more, and the fans do not forget so easy.