In response to a number of participant questions, a Battlefield 2042 developer admits that DICE has been “taking too lengthy” to launch fixes for a few of the sport’s major points. The developer additionally reveals that an replace for XP development within the sport’s Portal mode will possible launch someday later subsequent week. DICE initially disabled XP in customized servers with a purpose to fight XP farming final yr.
DICE dev lastly addresses points in Battlefield 2042
Senior Design Director Justin Wiebe took to Twitter to answer a couple of Battlefield followers over the previous week. Amongst varied questions, one fan requested how DICE would handle XP and weapon development within the Portal sport mode. As participant numbers have dwindled in different Battlefield 2042 sport modes resembling All Out Warfare and Hazard Zone — to the purpose the place DICE reportedly stopped tracking statistics for the latter — Portal appears to be the one sport mode that gamers are coming again to.
To this, Wiebe responded:
Thanks for bringing this up. You’re not unsuitable! It’s taking us too lengthy to get this resolved. One thing that ought to have been easy is proving to be fairly advanced. BUT…. Search for an replace subsequent week. There shall be a phased strategy to bettering the development in BF Portal.
With the latest return of Battlefield 2042‘s Rush mode, Wiebe also clarified that the workforce was contemplating including in a rule editor. Nevertheless, attributable to the truth that DICE created Rush utilizing the Frostbite engine and never with Portal logic, Wiebe famous that it could require an entire rework with a purpose to add it to Battlefield 2042. However hey, at the very least we’re lastly getting communication from the builders on the state of the sport.
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