Wednesday, December 8th, 2021

Battlefield 2042 has become one of the most reviewed games on Steam and one of the most played games.

With the rough launch of Battlefield 2042, it has become one of Steam’s least-reviewed games in just over a week. Despite being one of the most played titles on the platform since the game was launched, we get news that the game has a bad reputation.

According to the data published by Shame Hall of Fame on Steam250EA Shooter, which ranks the worst-reviewed games ever on the platform, is currently experiencing a pretty disastrous launch as far as user reviews are concerned.

Currently ranked as the 9th least-reviewed game on the platform, Battlefield 2042 has returned more than 30,000 of the 42,000 reviews on the platform. Despite bad reviews, many people are still playing the game.

according to SteamDB, Battlefield 2042 is currently second only to Halo Infinite in trend games over the last 7 days and peak players over the last 24 hours. EA shooters are also ranked 89th Highest peak simultaneous player platform ranking Its beta is 54th, but all the time.

Users who post negative reviews of the game cite many reasons that span both gameplay aspects and the lack of overall functionality of the game. Many fans have eliminated frustration on Steam, but one member of the community recently visited Reddit to show how many of the normal Battlefield features seemed to be lost in 2042. Technical issues, lack of content about guns and vehicles, changes to the game’s class system.

In bad reviews and negative feedback, Dice has continued to make many changes to the game to improve the player’s experience. According to the following tweet, last week the developers started updating the game and said it would help “improve the smoothness of the experience on the server”.

Despite the beginning of the Battlefield 2042 turmoil, at least it didn’t look as bad as Konami’s eFootball. The free-to-play soccer simulator was released earlier this year on a variety of issues and went straight to the top of the Hall of Shame’s worst-reviewed game ever.

Jared Moore is a freelance writer for IGN.You can follow him twitter..