Battlefield 2042’s latest update is now live, and it looks to address a number of critical issues players have been experiencing during the game’s early access period.
Chief among the changes are server-side improvements that should reduce instances of rubber-banding that were often experienced in the later rounds of All-Out Warfare modes. The update also reduces instances of stuttering when playing on the Breakaway map.
🛠️ Fixes targeted at improving Server Stability and instances of Rubber Banding
💽 Fixes for Hazard Zone, including improvements to Specialist Selection on PC
🛡 Fixes helping to smooth out the experience ahead of World Wide Launch
— Battlefield Direct Communication (@BattlefieldComm) November 17, 2021
Other changes include the renaming of a problematic Boris skin, a fix for allied player names not displaying correctly, and more. It also re-enables the Prox Sensor gadget, which was temporarily removed from the game in order to improve server performance.
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