The much-awaited Battlefield 2042 scoreboard overhaul will finally arrive via an update next week, DICE has announced. The update was previously scheduled for February but was delayed alongside the game’s first season, much to players’ dismay. According to Community Manager Adam Freeman, DICE planned to roll out the revamped scoreboard later this week but decided against it to avoid issues potentially cropping up over the weekend.
Battlefield 2042 scoreboard update 3.3 details
DICE has said that the revamped scoreboard incorporates players’ feedback and now displays Deaths alongside Kills, and a team split to help differentiate leaders per team. However, that’s not all update 3.3 will bring. In DICE’s words, it’ll include “a small range of additional fixes” that’ll be detailed in patch notes available next week. “Our decision to release the update next week will mean a further suspension of Weekly Missions, and the system will remain inactive this week,” Freeman added. “Next week’s update will provide new content that will allow us to reenable this feature.”
In addition to the above, those who own the Gold Edition, Ultimate Edition, Year 1 Pass, Upgraded Edition, and EA Play Pro subscription will receive the Steadfast Exclusive Legendary Bundle that was announced last month. The content will go live as part of update 3.3. A release date for the patch and deployment schedule will be announced in due course and we’ll keep our readers posted.
Our next game update for #Battlefield 2042 will arrive next week— Battlefield Direct Communication (@BattlefieldComm) March 1, 2022
Weekly Missions will be suspended for a further week, and will resume next week following the release of Update 3.3
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