DICE has released another patch in hopes of improvement Battlefield 2042, and this time around, it’s mostly geared towards fixing some of the game’s lingering bugs and introducing some small quality of life improvements. The patch was released on Wednesday, along with a huge patch note post that goes beyond any changes DICE made to the game.
One of the biggest changes is a UI update that aims to make some important information clearer. After the update, players lying on the ground will be able to see if players are within 50 meters. That way, they know if someone can resuscitate them. The game also indicates to the player lying on the ground when his resuscitator pings that he is on his way. Similarly helpful, Battlefield 2042
DICE has also updated the game’s attachment menus to make them less cumbersome, including the in-game plus menu that is used to change in-game attachments. The patch notes don’t exactly describe what the developer has changed, but they do say that fewer keystrokes should now be required to make important changes.
The patch also contains dozens of bug fixes and other minor improvements. Cross-platform invitations should now be more consistent, as should matchmaking overall. The game’s menus should also work more fluidly, especially when transitioning out of a multiplayer game.
There are well over 100 improvements, optimizations, upgrades and fixes in Battlefield 2042Update 3, it’s worth noting that some of the most requested features by the players are still missing. The patch does not implement a full scoreboard, nor does it add voice chat to the game. The patch notes also do not provide details on when any of the features might be available.
To take a look at all of the changes, check out the full Update 3 patch notes at Electronic Arts Battlefield site.