Decidedly, Battlefield 2042 continues to be talked about in recent days. This time its players are asking for compensation via an online petition. The details
Battlefield 2042 didn’t have a flawless launch, far from it. And even though DICE has made promises about upcoming changes and the first season has been postponed to achieve this, some players are unhappy. So much so that a petition has just been online. It has already reached the number of 23,000 signatories, and it is only growing.
Battlefield 2042 – A clear message to convey
EA’s release of Battlefield 2042 has made a mockery of all customers who purchased this video game for $70 (USD) due to EA’s false advertising.
Battlefield 2042 cost consumers millions of dollars in damages and upset thousands of customers worldwide.
According to numerous consumer reports, Electronic Arts and DICE broke many promises made at launch, and Battlefield 2042 launched in an unplayable version. Even today, Battlefield has bugs that drastically alter the gameplay experience, so much so that many in the community consider it an unfinished version.
In fact, Battlefield 2041 was so poorly made that even Steam, a highly reputable PC video game provider, is giving customers a full refund.
Signing this petition will take you one step closer to getting Battlefield 2042 refunded. Let’s assume this petition receives 50,000 or more signatures. In this case, one of the top class action lawyers in the country is ready to take on our case against EA.
Signing this petition is like saying, “I wish I had been reimbursed for this game.”
Please sign this petition if you feel you deserve a refund for Battlefield 2042.
The gaming community should not tolerate this abuse and bullying from multi-billion dollar corporations that produce unfinished games and false advertisements.
We can say that the player in question carrying the nickname of Satoshi Nakamoto does not go there with a dead hand. It remains to be seen if EA will communicate officially on the subject or if we will have to wait for real legal action to get things moving.