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Battlefield 2042 Fans Want Major Map Changes in Future Update

The Battlefield 2042 player base is fed up with the state of the game now and wants to see some major changes to maps in a new update.

Battlefield 2042 has had a very rocky launch so far as plenty of issues have prevented players from fully enjoying the game.

After all, Battlefield 2042 has over 40,000 mostly negative steam reviews. However, fans have decided one of the best ways to improve the game.

Of course, fans want some map overhauls in a future Battlefield 2042 content update. Although this won’t be an easy task…

Read More: Battlefield 2042 Is Expected to Receive Two Major Updates to Solve Critical Issues

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Battlefield Fans Ask DICE for Map Overhaul Update – Levelution, Destruction & More

Yesterday’s huge Battlefield 2042 fixed some huge issues with the game but fans still aren’t happy. This is because the maps are still far from perfect.

Battlefield 2042 has 8 huge maps, but fans don’t seem to like any of them! There have been plenty of complaints about the maps so far, and for good reason.

Many players have been complaining that the maps in Battlefield 2042 are way too big, however, this is mostly because they feel empty.

Luckily, players on the Battlefield 2042 subreddit have come up with some ideas which DICE could use to improve the maps in future updates.

Also Read: Battlefield 2042 Fans Urge DICE To Take Back Control From EA

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Some of the fan suggestions include map ‘erosion’ or degradation’ over time. This would include windows smashing, crumbling buildings, burnt-out cars, and more.

Additionally, players want some more destructible elements in maps to create new pathways and rotation routes throughout the maps.

Read More: Battlefield 2042 Players Call for Infantry Maps To Be Added

These changes shouldn’t be too much to implement, but DICE does already have a lot of work to do.

Unfortunately, even if DICE listens to the fans, any map updates will probably be a while away. This is because DICE has supposedly decided to delay the Battlefield 2042 content update.

Meanwhile, another update players want is the addition of a scoreboard to Battlefield 2042. How else are players supposed to know how good they’re doing?

Plus, even though DICE has now addressed the hit registration problems in the game, they used to be extremely serious. This video from JackFrags shows how bad the hit-reg issues in Battlefield 2042 were.

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