Battlefield 2042 is set for the first time in the series to introduce dynamic weather, a feature that will see players avoid (or use) tornadoes and sandstorms during their battles. However, according to one notable leaker, the tornado is more of a nuisance than a boon for the new battlefield.
In Recent TweetWell-known Battlefield leaker Tom Henderson claimed that early feedback from sources playing the new Battlefield has been critical of the game’s Tornado feature.
“Preliminary response to the tornado” [Battlefield 2042] Essentially “they’re fun and cool to watch the first few times, but they get too repetitive and ruin the classic BF experience and flow of the map,” Henderson tweeted.
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Henderson explained that this reaction comes from multiple sources who played early iterations of the new Battlefield “a few months ago” before the latest testing began.
The leaker suggested that the issue may have been a result of the tornadoes’ “spawn” rate for testing – ensuring that testers actually experienced the feature – and that the problem would be “adjusted” before the final release. .
The initial reaction to the tornadoes in #BATTLEFIELD2042 is essentially “they’re fun and cool to watch at first, but they get too repetitive and ruin the classic BF experience and flow of the map”12 July 2021
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Battlefield 2042 is set to lean more into the sandbox experience than any other entry in the series. Gameplay for the upcoming Battlefield shows players being able to strap on a wingsuit and sail through these tornadoes as they wreak havoc on the map around them.
It’s unlikely that every map will feature tornadoes in particular, but will face extremely extreme weather conditions, including sand storms, which significantly reduce the vision of players caught in one.
In addition to dynamic weather, the new battlefield will include destructible environments and terrain, ground distortion, as well as “small ways” to interact with the world, including raising or lowering boulders and bridges to prevent vehicles from passing by. is.
As Henderson warned, this response dates back a few months, so we expect developer EA DICE to have taken early playtesters’ comments on board and adjusted tornado spawn rates accordingly. In addition, the developer is set to host a technical playtest for Battlefield 2042 sometime in July, allowing a small group of players to get hands-on with the new Battlefield ahead of its October release. It is likely that these playtests will result in some minor adjustments as well.
We’re looking forward to hearing more about this playtest on July 22nd, when EA is set to host its EA Play event, officially unveiling Battlefield 2042’s (currently secret) third multiplayer experience. .
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