‘Battlefield 2042’ officially delayed will now release on November 19

The most anticipated game ‘Battlefield 2042’ from DICE has been delayed, revealed by Electronic Arts on the game’s official Twitter account today.  The game is delayed because this pandemic disrupted workflows and the teams behind the project and also causing unanticipated issues that require the release to be pushed to a later date, as heard. ‘Battlefield 2042’ is the next installment in the popular Battlefield game franchise from EA and DICE. Players can also expect modern weapons, a variety of maps, and three main “reimagined experiences” as well which EA says will offer a reimagined experience based on the three most popular Battlefield games.

The game was originally scheduled to launch on October 22, but a statement published on the game’s Twitter account revealed that Battlefield 2042 has been delayed for almost one month and the new release date is November 19 for worldwide release. In its statement, EA explained, “Building the next generation of Battlefield during a global pandemic has created unforeseen challenges for our development teams.”

The company also reveals that it had anticipated its game dev teams being back in its studios in time for the title’s launch, but the ongoing COVID cases are a huge problem.

EA also says, “We feel it is important to take the extra time to deliver on the vision of Battlefield 2042 for our players.” EA is planning to provide details on the game’s open beta later on in September.

As a result, the ‘Battlefield 2042’ team is still working on the game from home. So, that’s all about it. Stay tuned with us for more updates.


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