Claim a refund Battlefield 2042 now has over 150k players

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Battlefield 2042 having a really messy launch. Now, as it becomes clear that the fixes for BF2042 not coming soon, more than 150,000 players signed petition to ask Electronic Arts to refund all players across all platforms.

The petition, titled simply “Battlefield 2042 Refunds Enabled On All Platforms, ” Started about 4 weeks ago and didn’t get much attention, but in the past few days thousands of players have signed up. Chances are, many of these newcomers are signing a refund claim after EA and Dice announced A variety of delays for both large and small BF2042 content update. According to EA, BF2042 will not receive any new content until the summer, about six months after the game’s release. Updates to add things like voice chat and scoreboards have also been delayed.

As of Friday afternoon, the petition had more than 160,000 signatures, according to representation, making it one of the biggest and most popular petitions of the year. Neither EA nor Dice responded to the growing petition or requests for player refunds across all platforms. While Steam is said to offer refunds for BF2042 player, PlayStation and Xbox users have so far been unable to secure similar transactions due to stricter anti-refund policies on those platforms. As we have seen in Cyberpunk 2077 failed last year, that is It’s not easy to get storefronts like Xbox and PlayStation for refunds on digitally purchased games. (Also, what is it with video games that have the year 20XX at the end?)

The petition claims that if it hits more than 50,000 signatures, the creator will contact an attorney to potentially start a class-action lawsuit against EA and Dice. Kotaku contacted EA about the petition and happenning BF2042 situation but received no response prior to publication.


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Since its release in November, Battlefield 2042 players have got a lot of errors, broken features, and other annoying problems and incidents. Some of these have been fixed, only to be replaced with other problems. Meanwhile, features like voice chat are still MIA.

According to the data provided by Change.orgthe BF2042 The refund lawsuit is the third-largest video game-related lawsuit in the site’s history. For the curious, here are the top six.

These situations can quickly turn into a toxic nightmare, even if the initial call to action seems fair. I think it’s reasonable for people to ask for a refund for an online title streaming service if it continues to delay content and updates for months.

However, of course, examining some of the responses on the petition will make it difficult for fans to side with fans as some suggest that a huge conspiracy involving critics and EA to trick gamers into buying an unfinished game. Others claim that EA doesn’t test their games or that the developers are lazy. These are great examples of how hard the general public doesn’t understand making video games, especially online-focused titles. Sure, EA should fix the game, and I think a refund is a pretty goodwill gesture. But I also hate the idea that some of the people who signed the petition would win if EA offered cashback on all platforms. Claim a refund Battlefield 2042 now has over 150k players

Curtis Crabtree

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