A sequel to a long-established warfare video game franchise is taking heat for numerous technical issues and missing features. With one week left until its official release, it's unlikely they'll have the time to appease fans by then.
The next entry in the Battlefield video game franchise, Battlefield 2042, is all about futuristic warfare on a massive 128-player scale.
Now a week before official release, fans who purchased either the "Gold" or "Ultimate" editions of the game have the chance to play the game early.
These issues are giving longtime Battlefield players PTSD.
Given that video games are now all connected to the Internet, video game publishers use this as an excuse to fix the game post-release instead of before the game releases like it should.
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