Battlefield 2042 launched in a chaotic manner and is one of the worst reviewed games on Steam in a week. However it is also one of the most played games on the platform.
Through the data from 250 Hall of Shame Steam, which is a rating of the games that have the worst ratings on the platform, EA shooter has a terrible launch based on user ratings.
Battlefield 2042 is currently ranked 9th among the only games reviewed on the platform, with 30,000 negative reviews out of 42,000. However, many people still play the game.
according to SteamDB Battlefield 2042 is currently ranked alongside Halo Infinite in terms of popular games over the past week and number of players per 24 hours. EA’s shooter is also 89 In the list of most simultaneous players All the while while the beta is at 54th.
Users who post negative reviews give reasons for both aspects of gameplay and lack of features in the game. Many fans have expressed their frustration through Steam, but one community member went to reddit To show how many features are usually in Battlefield and how many are missing in 2042. This is a long list with technical issues, very little content in terms of weapons and vehicles, and a change in the game’s class system.
Dice says it will continue to customize the game to improve the experience. In a tweet, the developer revealed that the update will “make the experience on servers smoother” in the future.
We’re glad to see that yesterday’s update release has helped improve the smoothness of the experience on servers over the past 24 hours? # Battlefield 2042
Here are some thoughts on the upcoming changes we are looking forward to making with the next update?? pic.twitter.com/I11cjVZD0V
– Battlefield Direct Communication (BattlefieldComm) November 19 2021
Despite Battlefield 2042’s turbulent start, it’s not quite as bad as Konami’s eFootball. The free football simulation game came out earlier this year with a lot of issues, and this title tops the Hall of Shame list.
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