Front line 2042, Dice’s upcoming entry in the Battlefield series, has been deferred by almost a month, Dice parent organization EA reported Wednesday. The game’s delivery date has been pushed from October 22nd to November 19th.
“Building the next generation of Battlefield during a global pandemic has created unforeseen challenges for our development teams,” Oskar Gabrielson, studio GM at Dice said in a statement on behalf of the Battlefield 2042 team. “Given the scale and scope of the game, we had hoped our teams would be back in our studios together as we move towards launch. With the ongoing conditions not allowing that to happen safely, and with all the hard work the teams are doing from home, we feel it is important to take the extra time to deliver on the vision of Battlefield 2042 for our players.”
Notwithstanding, Gabrielson likewise said that news regarding the game’s impending open beta will be shared in the not so distant future, so you may get an opportunity to attempt the game in front of the pushed-back launch soon.
Front line 2042 is the furthest down the line game to be deferred to a limited extent because of hardships made by the pandemic. Different models include The Last of Us Part II, which was deferred by about a month in 2020; Halo Infinite, which was postponed from its unique November 2020 delivery that would have agreed with the launch of the Xbox Series X/S; and PS5 restrictive Deathloop, which was released on Tuesday after two COVID-19-related deferrals.
Battlefield 2042 will be available on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC.
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