You want to push your sales a bit at EA by showing you the game isn’t so catastrophic.
Battlefield 2042 has been with us for almost a month now, and its launch, true to the franchise tradition, was not smooth. Since then, of course, insane firefighting has begun, but the storm has taken serious tolls, reorganizations have begun at DICE since its release, and other development teams have been affected.
By the way, the developers are really doing their best to satisfy the players. Thanks to this effort, for example, the 64-person conquest and breakthrough modes are finally available, albeit for a limited time so far.
However, the player base is certainly not as active as we might expect from the numbers generated at the time of release, as EA has already decided to lure those who didn’t buy it or asked for a refund for the game in the early days with a free weekend.
The promotion is now available, so the game can be installed without any purchase and will be playable until 20. Regarding the free weekend, it is especially welcome that there are no restrictions, so All Out Warfare, Portal and Hazard Zone are also available.
Along with the promotion period, the first festive content arrived at Battlefield with the “Attack of the Elves” game mode, which is actually an infection mode between Santas and dwarves.
Also included in the Portal is the “1942 vs 2042 Conquest,” in which the two named factions clash on the tracks of the two games.