Battlefield 2042 has two major patches on the way, neither add voice chat

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With its Rocky launch just five days ago, Battlefield 2042Its developers have been busy solving its issues, two more massive game-changing updates in a way. Titled Update 2 and Update 3, the first is due out on November 25 while the second is due in early December. While both patches touch on issues such as performance, server stability and balance, neither adds in one of the game’s badly missed features: voice chat.

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Battlefield 2042Update 2 of K will include a fix for a bug that would prevent players from changing the loadout they choose, as well as some major changes to weapon spread. Some of the assault rifles in the game have incredibly high spread which prevents players from firing accurately within range of the weapon. To solve that problem, the game’s weaponry will be reduced when zooming and moving, and accuracy and stationery has been increased when zooming. Likewise, the LCAA hovercraft and MD540 Nightbird are getting some nerfs that both vehicles should balance.

Update 3 on the other hand is huge and includes a suite of changes to the quality of life. For example, the game will have new markers that make it easier to find and streamline the UI for managing weapon attachments to newly-unlocked items. At the launch of this patch, players will begin receiving weekly missions, which give them a set of challenges to complete along with a cosmetic reward. A long list provided by the game’s developers blog post Update 3 is only part of what will be added when it launches this December.

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whereas Battlefield 2042While the upcoming update to the U.S. includes some much-needed features, the game is still missing on some Battlefield mainstays. In addition to in-game voice chat, which was not included at launch, players are seeking “legacy features” such as an end-of-game scoreboard and server browser. According to the post, the game’s developers are “carefully evaluating your desire to look back on legacy features.”


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