Battlefield 2042: Fans have "brutal expectations" for an EA Director, the reaction is bad

Battlefield 2042: Fans have brutal expectations for an EA Director, the reaction is bad

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Battlefield 2042 was released in a less than perfect state and fans criticized EA and DICE, demanding that the work be modified and improved. EA's Andy McNamara has his say, saying fan expectations are "brutal". The public reaction was not positive, however.

Andy McNamara is a Global Director of "Integrated Comms for Shooters & Star Wars" at Electronic Arts. The man, on January 6, 2022, wrote the following words on Twitter, as you can see in the image below: "We are back at work today, we checked Reddit and Twitter and Battlefield fans are angry that there have not been Enough updates or communications during the winter break. Guys, people have to rest. We have a number of things in production but we need toa> understand what is possible. We will give you information when we are ready. "

Continue on:" Let us know come back from hiatus and get back to work. We love you but these expectations are brutal. The things you want take time to analyze, conceive and execute. " The response from the public was immediately negative, however, and shortly thereafter McNamara added: "Good. I apologize to everyone. I just wanted to let you know why there have been no updates. I will be more careful in the future. Happy New Year Battlefield fan." But then the man completely deleted the tweets.

McNamara's deleted tweets The public reaction, however, also found an outlet on the official Battlefield 2042 sub-reddit, where the comments and posts reached a level of toxicity deemed exaggerated by the mods, who then explained that, if the situation does not change, stricter rules will be imposed. In extreme cases, the sub-reddit will be blocked for a certain period of time.

The sub-reddit was in fact filled with memes (usually not allowed, by the way) and negative comments against what McNamara said, especially regarding the terms "brutal expectations", considered by many to be a exaggeration.

The DICE game has been under attack for a while and has even been created Clownfield 2042: a multiplayer shooter that makes fun of Battlefield 2042.

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Battlefield 2042 Rush Mode Has Been Removed From Playlist By DICE

DICE has irked Battlefield 2042 fans this week by unceremoniously giving Rush Mode the chop from the game’s official playlist. This is despite Rush receiving positive feedback from fans, who pushed to keep it a permanent residence within Battlefield 2042.

Rush Mode is still available on custom Portal servers but XP progression has been capped in Portal to put a stop to XP farming lobbies that were notorious during Battlefield 2042’s launch period. Fans are understandably ticked off by this, fuelling the belief that DICE is neglecting to listen to its community.

However, Andy McNamara, Global Director of Integrated Comms For EA, expressed his frustration at fan demands in a now-deleted series of tweets earlier this week. He later apologised for the lack of clarify in his messages.

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[Source – Eurogamer]

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