Battlefield Portal would become free-to-play

Battlefield Portal would become free-to-play

Last week it was reported that Electronic Arts I was very disappointed with the performance of Battlefield 2042, because despite being one of the most anticipated games of 2021, it became one of the biggest disappointments. According to new reports, EA would be considering converting a portion of Battlefield 2042 free-to-play, and everything seems to indicate that it is Battlefield Portal.

The well-known insider and leaker of Electronic Arts, Tom Henderson, was the one who said that EA was very disappointed and the company was considering all its options with Battlefield 2042. In his new update, Henderson says that DICE will most likely select some game modes. Battlefield Portal to make them available at no cost to all players.

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Although the players of Battlefield 2042 who purchased the game are very disappointed in the news, Tom Henderson clarifies that this change will not happen in the next few weeks, or even in the next few months, but is a long-term strategy on the part of EA. In the words of the insider, “It is a very fluid situation with many parties involved”.

Henderson also says that DICE’s current strategy is to fix the current state of the game, but that EA is focused on thinking about how to get players to purchase Battlefield 2042 to play All Out Warfare mode. The plan would be to offer a portion of Free Battlefield Portal for players to decide to buy Battlefield 2042 and thus have access to the other game modes.

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Offering a portion of Portal seems to be the best bet”, said Henderson, “But first, the fundamental flaws in the game have to be fixed, a map of action for the future has to be established, and EA/DICE have to own up to their mistakes and be more transparent.”, concluded the insider.