The Battlefield series, had previous two games set in the past, will now return in October with the title 2042. While waiting for the game, Tom Henderson, who acquired the trust of the vast majority with the information he delivered in the Battlefield area; stated that the dynamic environment of the game’s innovations had a negative impact on the game experience.
Battlefield 1 and Battlefield 5 games, which filled a gap in quality games on crucial world wars at the time of their debut; outperformed World War 2 of the Call of Duty series and gained the clear majority’s approval. Battlefield 2042 transports franchise fans from the World Wars to the future.
Many advancements in Battlefield 2042 have piqued the interest of players. One of them is dynamic weather. Although the trailer contains some spectacular pictures; fresh explanations about this invention have emerged, and it remains to be seen how it will alter the game experience. According to the findings, the tornadoes that accompany dynamic weather have a negative impact on the classic Battlefield experience.
Tornadoes are extremely repetitive:
Tom Henderson provided the feedback; and he also has earned the trust of the player base with the facts he delivered in the Battlefield area. Henderson claims in his post that the issue he is referring to stems from more than one person who had the opportunity to play the game early on.
According to Henderson, the tornadoes in the game seem nice for a time, but they’re often repetitious; interfering with the typical Battlefield experience. Furthermore, he claims that this is related to the spawn rate, in which the spawn times of tornadoes are modified, and that it will be addressed by October, when the game is launched in its complete form.