Saying that Battlefield 2042 has had a rocky launch would be an understatement to say the least. Fans aren't happy with the state of the game, and updates aren't coming quick enough to change that. The most vocal fans have started to take matters into their own hands.
A Change.org petition has been created, as fans look for full refunds from publisher EA. The petition cites "false advertising" as the core reason for requesting refunds, and signatures have now passed 55,000.
It appears that PC players who purchased Battlefield 2042 via Steam can indeed claim refunds through the platform. However, players on console and other PC storefronts don't have the same option.
The signature ticker is constantly climbing at the time of writing, and this one is indeed gathering pace, fast. Whether it garners enough attention for EA to care remains to be seen.
In other news, season one for Battlefield 2042 was recently delayed to early summer, so that developer DICE can work on fixing the core game before adding new content. Even so, updates and fixes just aren't coming quick enough for some players.
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