Visual flaws, sound difficulties, networking issues, and other key roadblocks need to be addressed, ideally before the November launch. As a result, there has been talk of a second postponement, maybe until March 2022.
Following the open beta for Battlefield 2042, which offered players their first taste of the game’s pre-launch build, some gamers are wondering if the game’s release date will be pushed back a second time. Battlefield 2042 is a lot of fun, but it needs a lot of development before it can be released.
At the time of writing, the above statement is accurate. DICE has made no public statement about potentially delayed BF2042 for a second time. For now, the November 19, 2021 release date is still correct.
The Battlefield 2042 March 2022 rumors are not accurate. DICE has made no public statement about a delay and new release date.
This gives the developers just over a month to get the game into a shippable state. With the open beta reportedly being “months old,” it’s possible that BF2042 is already much improved.
For now, Battlefield 2042 is still on track to release on November 19, 2021, for PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One.
Of course, there is still time for EA and DICE to announce a further delay. This would give the development team more time to iron out the kinks seen in the open beta. This article will be updated if and when another delay is confirmed.
It’s not all too often that fans call for a delay, but it doesn’t seem likely that the publisher will take such an action. The beta was disappointing enough to push this issue to the fore, but as was explained, it was because this was an earlier build. Many of the bugs in Battlefield 2042 had been fixed, so it is said, but a new report from Tom Henderson paints a slightly different picture.