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Battlefield 2042 will be released with a month delay

Electronic Arts (DICE) and DICE Studios have officially announced that the release of Battlefield 2042 has been delayed by a month.
  • The system needed to run Battlefield 2042 has been announced

Whereas it was previously announced that the Battlefield 2042 game will be released on (October 22) It has now been officially announced that the release date of the game has been changed to (November 19) with a delay of nearly a month. The game is set to be released for the PlayStation 5, Xbox X/S Series, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC platforms.

Following the announcement, Oscar Gabrielson, CEO of Dice Studios "We have decided to change the release date of Battlefield 2042," he said in a statement. The game is now scheduled to be released worldwide on November 19, 2021. The development of a new generation of Battlefield games, while facing a global pandemic, posed a huge and unimaginable challenge for the game development team. Given the scale and scope of the game, we hoped that conditions would be created for team members to return to the studio and work together to develop the game more easily until the game was released. However, as the current situation continues, we are not allowed to do so to ensure the safety of our team members, and they continue to do all their difficult work through the houses. "We felt it was important to spend more time developing the game to deliver the vision we had for Battlefield 2042 for our players."

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He wrote in another part of this statement:" Your excitement for this game has been very inspiring for us. We believe in the work we are making and thank you for your patience to experience the ultimate game. More information on the free-to-play beta will be released later this month. This may upset some Battlefield fans, but it still doesn't make much of a difference, and it's still set to be released in the busy fall season, and fans of the game will be able to enter the Battlefield 2042 world before the end of 2021.

Last month, EA CEO Andrew Wilson announced that Battlefield 2042 would be an online platform with years of support. It seems that by focusing on the online part of the game and supporting it, they are trying to make a profit from this game in the next few years. According to the information announced from the Battlefield section of the portal, it seems that achieving such a goal is not far from the mind and this work can attract many Battlefield fans.


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