Battlefield 2042 is one of the most anticipated games of today. The game recently revealed that it would bring back the player’s favorite and highest-rated maps in past games, and with each news we are more impatient to play it. During E3 2021 we could see its first gameplay, and although it looked quite incredible with the whole scene in chaos, Tom Henderson warns us that the game could end up being a bit tedious, and even went so far as to say that «ruins the classic Battlefield experience»In a recent tweet.

Tom henderson is a famous video game analyst, and we have witnessed great successes on their part. Now, a recent series of tweets by the Insider tells us what’s happening behind the scenes with DICE and Battlefield 2042. This information, according to Henderson, has been obtained «from multiple people and dates back to a few months ago«.

We have translated Tom Henderson’s tweets for you. Here we leave them:

The first tornado comments in # BATTLEFIELD2042 are essentially “they’re fun and great to watch the first few times, but they get very repetitive and spoil the classic BF experience and map flow.”

This feedback comes from multiple people and goes back a few months until the last tests were done (now). It could be that tornado “spawn” rates have been increased for testing and I assume they will be adjusted accordingly prior to launch.

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Of course though we’ve seen Henderson get it right in several of its leaks, the same We urge you to take the information very carefully. It may end up being what the Insider says, and maybe the testers are seeing more tornadoes than usual. because he SAYS he wants it. However, that it does not mean that end users will have to pass for the same… we wait.

Battlefield 2042 is currently in development for Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S, PS4, PS5 and PC. The game has a release date of this October 22, so it’s really not too long to enjoy the next iteration of the franchise Battlefield.

▪ Release date: 10/22/2021

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