The reporter and insider Tom Henderson has expressed itself in the past few hours on the subject Electronic Arts e Battlefield 2042. As it was easy to imagine, SHE would currently be very disappointed with the performance of this new chapter of the franchise and is thinking of focusing on another video game that became extremely popular a few years ago, namely Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order.
Electronic Arts is very disappointed with Battlefield 2042
After having come to terms with the disappointing performances of Battlefield 2042, Electronic Arts would currently be busy evaluating the options available to it for revitalize the game. One of these is to switch to the free to play model, at least as regards some specific game modes, in order to make the playful offer of Battlefield 2042 attractive to a larger pool of players.
Making the game free to play would certainly make sense and it is a strategy that has worked in the past, but first it would be necessary to fix the many bugs that plague the title, so crippling that even hackers are abandoning it en masse.
EA is reportedly very disappointed with how Battlefield 2042 has performed and is “looking at all the options” when it comes to the title, this is including looking at Free to Play in some capacity.
I’ll have more on this tomorrow. pic.twitter.com/WWuDpstyqS
— Tom Henderson (@_Tom_Henderson_) January 20, 2022
The software house, however, is already looking ahead, given that, according to Henderson, it is preparing to announce the sequel to Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order, the game set in the Star Wars universe released in 2019 with soulslike mechanics. This new chapter of the franchise is expected to arrive next fall, while the announcement is expected for this spring, in May.
It is therefore entirely plausible to imagine that Need for Speed and Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order 2 will constitute the studio’s Christmas proposal, perhaps accompanied by a fixed appointment with the franchise. FIFA. Although Henderson is a rather reliable insider, we still recommend that you take these rumors with a grain of salt, since EA has not yet confirmed or denied anything in this regard.