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Battlefield 2042 Review (PS4) – Missing the Mark

TheBattlefield franchise has been notorious for its buggy launches ever since the infamous “long neck” glitch fromBattlefield 3 went viral nearly a decade ago. As an outsider looking in, it’s always been entertaining to see clips of off-the-wall, crazy stuff happening in the game. Arguably, these incidents are what makesBattlefield, well,Battlefield?at least according to some members of the fan community.
So when I was given the opportunity to experience early accessBattlefield 2042 first-hand, I jumped at the chance. Admittedly, I hadn’t played aBattlefield game sinceBF4, but I had extensive experience in other FPS series likeCall of Duty andApex Legends. I knewBattlefield focused more on team play and playing the objective, andI had no qualms about learning the ropes.What could possibly go wrong" I thought. Everything, apparently.
Battlefield 2042, in its current state, is not finished. Not only is it unfinished, but it is also borderline unplayable. Voice chat is missing, weapon attachments are either broken or do the exact opposite of what they say, a majority of guns suffer from absolutely ridiculous levels of bullet deviation, and the list goes on. That doesn’t even begin to touch on the abysmal graphics performance on the PlayStation 4 and some baffling gameplay choices such as forced spawning at the beginning of a match.
There are a total of three game modes inBattlefield 2042: All-Out Warfare, Hazard Zone, and Portal....