It’s no longer a secret that it everything to do with the first-person shooter Battlefield 2042 isn’t particularly smooth. Since the launch, the game has been plagued by problems and the developers have even triggered one or two shitstorms within the community. The publisher Electronic Arts also seems to be anything but satisfied with the performance of the latest Battlefield and is currently thinking about its possible future.
Will Battlefield 2042 be a Free2Play game soon?
The well-known leaker and insider Tom Henderson recently commented on the current situation around Battlefield 2042 via Twitter. According to his statements, there seems to be a lot going on in the background of the first-person shooter. Electronic Arts is said to be reviewing all options for the future of the game, even some sort of Free2Play model is not entirely out of the question. The tweet states:
“Electronic Arts is reportedly very unhappy with it, like Battlefield 2042 (buy now €47.30 /53,99 € ) has performed so far and looks at ‘all options’ regarding the game. This includes testing Free2Play to a certain extent. I’ll tell you more about it tomorrow.”
How likely is a Free2Play model for Battlefield 2042?
Whether Electronic Arts will actually decide to Putting Battlefield 2042 in a Free2Play corset, remains to be seen. So far there is at least no official statement. However, Tom Henderson has repeatedly proven to be a reliable and trustworthy source for leaks and background information – especially about Battlefield and Call of Duty.