After months of waiting, Battlefield 2042 players finally have a scoreboard to help track kills, assists, deaths, and more in-game stats. Starting tomorrow, Battlefield 2042’s update 3.3 added new scoreboards, bug fixes, control changes, and keybinding, and released an exclusive Legendary Steadfast pack for owners of the upgraded Gold Edition, Ultimate Edition, Year 1 Pass and Ultimate Pack.
The scoreboard includes an overview of the match, showing objective progress and a ticket counter, plus kills, assists, and deaths. Check out the image below to see.
New scoreboard features include team vs split for modes like Conquest, Breakthrough, Rush, and TDM, plus the inclusion of mortality stats.
“While these changes are two of your most requested missing pieces, this is the first version of Scoreboard and further improvements will be made to this in future updates. next update, based on your ongoing feedback, such as the Scoreboard available during the End of Round Screen,” DICE said in a blog post.
Meanwhile, the Steadfast pack comes with new character skins, new weapon skins, plus new player card backgrounds and card icons.
Other fixes include:
- Fixed a game crash that could occur on Origin or Xbox One when logging in/out while using an Xbox One controller
- Setting the “Chat” Key Binding no longer requires a game restart to take effect
- Target assist is adjusted on the dashboard to ensure that the system takes effect when the analog sticks are at 100% of their range. Previously, it only worked at ranges below 100%
- Fixed a bug where a takedown request would not result in a kill on Xbox One and PlayStation®4
- Established new location for our EU Data Center Frankfurt
- Conquer & Break – fixed a bug where the Target Security XP event was fired even after the Snap Point was fully logged
- Danger Zone – fixed an error where the image showing teammates in the match found chains
- Danger Zone – fixed a bug that caused the end of Round XP to sometimes not activate
Developer DICE has cut its work for Battlefield 2042, with more than 60,000 players demanding refunds amid widespread criticism of the game. Earlier this month, the studio said that future Battlefield 2042 maps would be smaller after players criticized the game for being a “walking simulator”. EA seems to have blamed the COVID pandemic and Halo Infinite.
Joseph Knoop is a writer/producer for IGN.
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