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Battlefield 2042 Season 1 Delay Prompts a New Wave of Refund Requests

Battlefield 2042’s recent delay announcements for Season 1 have triggered anger in its fans and a new wave of refund requests.

Unfortunately, Battlefield 2042 is in hot waters with its fans once again. Today, EA announced yet another delay for Battlefield 2042’s Season 1.

This has, of course, generated controversy among its player base. Battlefield 2042 fans had complained about the game even before it was released, while the game was in the Beta stage.

It has already been over two months since the game launched. In that time, EA and DICE have managed to remedy some of the pain points of the game.

Nevertheless, Battlefield 2042 is far from being the game fans wanted. This news of Season 1 being delayed has left Battlefield 2042 fans deciding to go for refunds.

UPDATE: How to Get a Refund for Battlefield 2042 – Successful Users Share Advice

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Battlefield 2042 Fans Demand Refunds After Season 1 Delay Announcement

Battlefield 2042 fans received the bad news that Season 1 is delayed until Summer 2022.

Almost immediately, this created a significant influx of complaints and refund requests comments on social media.

One of the main issues here is that some fans already paid for Season 1, as they bought special editions of the game that included this as a perk.

Battlefield 2042 Gold and Ultimate Editions players are getting free skins and a bundle to compensate for the delay.

Although, some gamers are pointing out they want a refund to determine later on if the overall quality of Season 1 is worth the money.

Read More: EA Customer Support Says Battlefield 2042 Players’ Very Happy With the Game’

Fans Request Refunds After Battlefield 2042 Season 1 Delay

Other players are simply upset and requesting a refund for all the additional time they will have to wait for Battlefield 2042’s Season 1.

Other players believe that the rocky launch mixed with this delay is enough for them.

Many gamers expressed their discontent with Origin refunds.

Also Read: Battlefield 2042 Is Banning Players for This Weird Reason

For other gamers, the delay is understandable. But, the effect of a terrible launch mixed with the long wait made many gamers request their Battlefield 2042 refunds.

EA has stated they promise players to listen to their feedback.

EA also addressed ongoing complaints about maps. According to its latest communication, changes are coming to Battlefield 2042 maps to decrease empty space in them.

Furthermore, the developer finally addressed voice chat! Unfortunately, voice will not come until after the March update planned for Battlefield 2042.

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Thursday 3rd of February 2022

well it didnt take 4 months for me bought the game when first avable , had it 5 hours play one sort of game less then 14 mins and got my refund , too many bugs