DICE on Thursday released an update to Battlefield 2042, which was to remove Farm XP, and then the developers introduced the Zombie Survival mode to the game. After less than 24 hours, the variant of the game was removed because … The players used the new offer to quickly gain experience.
This week, DICE released the first update to Battlefield 2042 in 2022 , but according to leaks, the game’s situation is terrible and Electronic Arts is considering moving to the free-2-play business model .
It’s hard to predict what decisions EA will make, but it’s easy to see that DICE has huge problems with mastering the title. On Thursday, a patch landed on the servers that was supposed to eliminate XP Farms from the position, i.e. modes in which players could gain experience points very quickly. Developers then took care of Zombie Survival, which, however, did not turn out to be properly tested and players began to use this variant of the game to quickly accumulate XP.
There are many indications that the creators did not take care of the patch or the new mode properly, so as a result, the servers have the ability to quickly gain XP points again.
Tom Henderson, who presented the situation, also mentioned an additional problem – in his opinion, 25-30% of unfairly banned players were permanently banned from playing Battlefield 2042. Those interested reportedly received bans for playing on XP Farms.