Grubb: EA is going to phase out support for Battlefield 2042 as soon as possible [updated]

Grubb: EA is going to phase out support for Battlefield 2042 as soon as possible [updated]

Updated June 9.
In a comment for Eurogamer, an Electronic Arts representative called Grubb's information untrue and assured that a large team is developing BF2042.Original news.
Prior to the release of Battlefield 2042, Electronic Arts and DICE said that they would split the support for the shooter over four seasons.
It seems that now, after the deafening failure of the game, the authors are preparing to work off the mandatory program and bury the action game.About the plans of EA and DICE told journalist Jeff Grubb in his show.
(his words cited by the website Video Games Chronicle).
If we believe Grubb, the BF2042 team was reduced to the necessary minimum - EA hopes to release four seasons, spending as little time and money on them as possible.
As for the main DICE forces, they have already been thrown on the pre-production of the next BF.BF2042 and really began to quietly bury - in particular, the capacity of the mode \"Breakthrough\" was cut from 128 to 64 people, and the Hazard Zone mode will no longer receive content additives.Recall, the day before the first season of Battlefield 2042 was announced, called Zero Hour (\"Time H\").
If we take into account that the players have been waiting for the season for more than six months, the set of fresh content looks really Spartan - one specialist, one map and a heap of weapons and vehicles.
The update will be released on June 9.Battlefield 2042 is reportedly in \"abandon ship\" mode as EA switches its focus to the next entry in the serieshttps://t.co/2V0JU8Ec8e pic.twitter.com/Vl08kf4edQ- VGC (@VGC_News) June 8, 2022

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