One of the numerous causes for Battlefield 2042‘s abrupt and drastic slide, which the game is still battling to recoup from months after its launch, was a stunning absence of features and promised mechanics. A full, detailed Scoreboard was one of those additions (albeit a fairly simple one), however the update with which it was intended to arrive has already been delayed– and it appears you’ll have to wait a bit more for it.
Originally set to come in the first week of March, DICE stated in a community update that the multiplayer shooter’s next update will now arrive next week, with a formal release date still to be determined. “We had planned to release it later this week,” the developer says, “but decided to hold it back so that we’re best positioned to address any issues that may have crept up over the weekend.”
Weekly Missions will be suspended for another week as a result of this. They’ll be back in Update 3.3, which will also include “a small range of additional repairs” in addition to the redesigned Scoreboard. Finally, when the update is released, EA Play Pro subscribers, Year 1 Pass holders, and owners of the Gold, Ultimate, and Upgraded editions will receive the Steadfast Exclusive Legendary Bundle.
DICE recently revealed the primary concerns it discovered with Battlefield 2042’s maps, saying that old maps will be fixed and that future maps will be developed with the same considerations.
Meanwhile, Season One of the shooter was also delayed a month and will now be released in early summer.