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Battlefield 2042 Scoreboard Update 3.3 Just Got Another Delay

Bad news for Battlefield 2042 players just keeps on coming as update 3.3, which is bringing a scoreboard to the game, just got a delay.

It’s clear that Battlefield 2042 is a hot mess right now, just take a look at the recent news.

After weeks of silence, DICE is finally communicating with players again. But what the developer has to say isn’t helping matters much.

Just this week, Battlefield 2042 Season 1 got a delay until Summer. And many players aren’t sure if the game will even survive until its first major update.

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Although EA is promising to listen to Battlefield 2042 fan feedback, it might be a case of too little too late. After all, Battlefield 2042 voice chat isn’t coming until AFTER the scoreboard update – which just got another delay.

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Battlefield 2042 Update 3.3 Delayed to March 2022

There’s a new delay for Battlefield 2042, this time for Update 3.3 which includes a scoreboard and more.

We’ll have to wait a little while longer for that updated scoreboard in Battlefield 2042. Today, the Battlefield Direct Communication Twitter account revealed that update 3.3 is getting another small delay to ensure quality improvements.

Update 3.3 will contain an improvement to the Battlefield 2042 scoreboard system, allowing players to see how they stack up against others on the server. Since the launch of 2042, players have been complaining about the lack of a scoreboard – which EA refers to as a ‘legacy feature’.

“Our next Update after today’s Hotfix will now roll out in early March,” the Battlefield Twitter account announces, confirming a delay from the original February release date.

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In the meantime at least, Battlefield Gold & Ultimate Edition players can claim a free bundle in-game as an apology for recent delays.

However, many fans are currently attempting to get a refund for Battlefield 2042 once again. After all, the delay of Season 1 means that gamers will be waiting for most of a year to get the content they paid extra for.

There’s even a new petition for Battlefield 2042 refunds doing the rounds online. And some reports even suggest that Steam is breaking its guidelines to offer certain players money back.

Meanwhile, Battlefield 2042’s recent Steam reviews finally hit the ‘Overwhelmingly Negative’ threshold.

It’s clear that Battlefield 2042 needs a little more time in the oven. At this point, it may have been better to delay the game entirely to late 2022.

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