The Battlefield 2042 Open Beta is over and there are some fascinating statistics about player counts, bullets, and tornadoes.
EA has ended the beta phase of Battlefield 2042.
Now, the developer prepares for the imminent launch of this anticipated game.
As with every pre-release software, there were many issues with the Battlefield 2042 Open Beta. Although, there was fun to be had for sure.
Luckily, EA was prompt to collect feedback from players.
In detail, there are even some confirmed improvements coming to the launch build of Battlefield 2042.
The dust has now settled and EA provided some interesting statistics about its Battlefield 2042 Open Beta.
Battlefield 2042 Beta Statistics – Players, Bullers, and Tornadoes
In a game as hectic as Battlefield 2042, statistics are assumed to contain some crazy information.
Thus, we are happy to confirm the statics from the beta do not disappoint.
Currently, EA confirmed the following about the Battlefield 2042 Open Beta:
- Over 17 billion bullets fired
- 10.8 million Ranger call-ins
- 94,698 tornado appearances
- 380,283 rockets launched
- Zero penguins hurt
In addition, EA confirmed other aspects such as the most fired weapons, top used equipment, and top used vehicles.
If you participated in the open beta, you can consider yourself part of those crazy rangers who jumped into Battlefield 2042’s tornado.
Battlefield 2042 Still Needs a Lot of Improvements
It is no secret that Battlefield 2042 experienced a rough development stage and a marked identity crisis.
Namely, there have been clear indicators of development issues for the game all along.
After the open beta, EA was quick to note down feedback and promised some fixes for the launch build of Battlefield 2042.
Although, some think this is not enough as some fans are asking for another Battlefield 2042 delay.
Notably, key elements of the game such as its Specialists received mixed reviews.
We even have our own pitch on how this Specialist situation can be fixed in Battlefield 2042.
Currently, EA has not confirmed any additional delays.
Only time will tell if the developer ends up ultimately delivering the experience fans are asking for.