Gamers continue demanding refunds even after EA’s attempt to fix Battlefield 2042 through the latest Update 3.
Battlefield 2042 is having a rough time. This statement has been true ever since the game launched its beta.
Many gamers have been patient all along, waiting for fixes. But, a massive amount of players were not that patient.
Unfortunately, after several updates, the situation does not seem to be improving much, or at least not rapidly enough.
After the latest update, Battlefield 2042 players now face even more issues which have prompted a storm of refund requests for EA.
Battlefield 2042’s Update 3 Prompts Refunds
Battlefield 2042’s Update 3 generated more issues, including the return of the Persistence Data Error, for some gamers who are now demanding refunds from EA.
After a third massive update, the immediate future of Battlefield 2042 still looks bleak. The latest update prompted the return of the Load Persistance Error.
In particular, this error does not allow gamers to join a server. Many were upset that instead of having a better experience, they were completely locked out of the game.
This error was prevalent during the first days of Battlefield 2042. Back then, gamers patiently waited for a fix.
A fix to this is already promised and in the works by DICE and EA. Although, some gamers are tired of waiting, and others worry that the game will not be fixed for a long time.
Fans Request Battlefield 2042 Refunds
After all these issues, many demanded a refund for their Battlefield 2042 purchase.
Even after EA tried to present solutions, some players were no longer receptive to promises of improvement.
Additionally, several gamers pointed out how ‘incomplete’ the game feels in its current state. The claim of missing content has been a constant since day one.
Just after the game launched, players clamored to return features like the scoreboard. The omission of staple features in the franchise did not bode well with long-time fans of the series.
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Ultimately, many gamers found that their only solution was to ask for a refund.
I found the best way to fix any battlefield 2042 related bug is to uninstall your game and request a refund because clearly this game isnt it.— r0hx (@r0x1m) December 2, 2021
Aside from the overall glitches in the game, the main complaint from many gamers is how little they have been able to play due to issues that prevent login to servers.
EA is actively working on adding content and fixing issues. Today, Battlefield 2042 accidentally received new Santa and Cowboy skins.
But, just like most EA’s recent attempts, these Specialists skins were not well received by fans.