The official release trailer for Battlefield 2042 is finally here – and the fan reactions are very different than the previous Battlefield 5. We summarize what the community thinks about Battlefield 2042.
Battlefield 2042 has now received its first official trailer. Fan reactions to the latest series release are clear and completely different to the prequel Battlefield 5. Following the Battlefield 5 announcement Another violent shit storm, Battlefield 2042 Hypertrain is now at full speed.
Instead of a lot of criticism, now enthusiastic fans
We remember: Battlefield 5 announcement trailer It provoked a lot of criticism from the fans. Only 29% of reviews under YouTube video are positive overall. At the time, the stumbling block was missing a woman’s hand in the trailer. Some fans came together under the hashtag #notmybattlefield and complained that the developers wanted to please the “Social Justice Warriors”.
Estimates under Battlefield 2042 reveal the trailerIn contrast, the results are very positive: only 14,300 negative votes compared to 670,000 positive votes (June 10, 2021 at 11:30 am). The enthusiasm of the fans is expressed accordingly in the comments that many YouTube users positively evaluate both visual and multiplayer focus.
In particular, as explored by the trailer, the fact that Battlefield 2042 looks more like Battlefield 3 and 4 than its predecessors excites fans. One commentator writes that the trailer apologizes to Battlefield 5. After design director Daniel Berlin has already made it clear that Battlefield 2042 should be a declaration of love for all longtime battlefield fans, the developers’ plan seems to be working so far.
Battlefield 2042 will be released on October 22, 2021 for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X / S.
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