Today, three months after Battlefield 2042’s online premiere, we can calmly say that it wasn’t the most successful installment in the series. Or at least not much in demand. Perhaps – it was quickly abandoned. BF 2042 turned out to be such a poor title that players had been reporting voids on many servers for quite some time. Next to this information, there are also some tips about Electronic Arts and DICE. Namely, according to several players (collected around Reddit, among others), game developers are populating servers with non-featured bots to encourage new Battlefield owners to play again.
According to some players, the game developers are filling servers with non-featured bots to encourage new Battlefield owners to play again.
Battlefield 2042 is so good that it contains…a parody. Clownfield 2042 is now available on Steam and getting good marks
While browsing the aforementioned thread on the Reddit forum, you can find posts where players are reporting strange behavior by their opponents. Included A user with the pseudonym Janus67 mentions how they both noticed, during a game session with a friend, that these behaviors relate to “people” each time using little jokes, which ultimately contain three extra numbers.
Battlefield 2042 Performance Test with NVIDIA DLSS – NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3000 and RTX 2000 Graphics Cards Test
These “players” not only moved in a way typical of robots, for example from single-player games (accidental crouching, getting up, unexplained stopping). They also wore uniforms and camouflage that were rarely seen in society. Often, these characters also fired in any direction in which they had no opponents. If you read the topic (click), you will quickly see how many players are sharing these notes. Maybe you also have similar?
“Prone to fits of apathy. Introvert. Award-winning internet evangelist. Extreme beer expert.”