Battlefield 2042 now loses content as well as players

Battlefield 2042 hasn’t been in good shape since its launch late last year. Amid a host of technical bugs and game-spoiling glitches, players fled DICE’s competitive multiplayer shooter, which at one point fell below the player count of its nine-year-old predecessor Battlefield 4. But it won’t just be fans of the show. leave the game longer, as the content also started to be canceled.

announced in a Tweeter, the game’s featured experiences – a selection of rotating game modes created using Battlefield 2042’s Mechanical Tuning Portal feature – have been changed. The number of Featured Experiences active at any time has been reduced from five to three, meaning players will have fewer special game modes to choose from.