All the hype built up before the reveal trailer of Battlefield 2042 seems to have settled down quickly under a day itself.
If you wonder why then it’s due to the fan reaction received by the initial Battlefield 2042 cinematic trailer.
Fans are not happy with the ‘Battlefield 2042’ trailer.
Honestly I'm disappointed u want a us to pay 6O dollars and there is no campaign since when what is up with the guy getting out of copit then uses a rocket launcher most of this doesn't make sense
— derek brooks (@derekbr63922009) June 10, 2021
Despite a futuristic and modern atmosphere showcased in the recently released trailer, it somehow failed to gain fans’ trust.
What they were hoping for before probably didn’t get delivered to them.
Eventually, what they had was, perhaps, different from their imagination.
Under the comments section of Battlefield 2042‘s official tweet containing the trailer, the users expressed their angst.
One fan came out and wrote that the clip was too futuristic and unreal. Another one said that the scene of a pilot ejecting out of his aircraft and firing a rocket launcher to blow another plane didn’t make any sense.
“Guess I’ll keep playing bf1 and bfv”.
Furthermore, another fan stated that it didn’t feel like Battlefield at all.
“Will try the beta, but honestly, I’m not holding my breath.”
Scroll below to see some of the reactions from Twitter over the first Battlefield 2042 trailer.
its basically call of duty Apex legends.. this is a freaking disappointment.. glad the servers on bf4 are full.. not buying it.. battlefield is dead.. Been here since bad company.. again another battlefield I will not buy..
— leo (@almasyleon) June 9, 2021
It just doesn’t look or fell like #battlefield feel at all. Will try the beta but honestly I’m not holding my breath.
— SWBF (@harrycallahan71) June 9, 2021
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More games coming soon
On the one hand, most gamers are not happy with the reveal of Battlefield 2042. And then others are looking forward to many upcoming titles.
Speaking of the fresh releases and potential blockbusters, then some of them are Halo Infinite and Dying Light 2.
However, the vast line-up extends even further with Humankind, Deathloop, and No More Heroes 3.
Cyber Shadow, Shadow Warrior 3, Back 4 Blood, Kena: Bridge of Spirits, and GhostWire: Tokyo are other crucial launches.
Several recently announced projects debuting in the coming months are Glitchpunk, The Day Before, and Etched Memories. The latter will be a curious case for some players because it will have a Cat as the apex playable Biscuit character.
Coming onto Battlefield 2042, again, it will release on October 23rd, 2021.
What do you think about all the prominent games arriving later this year? Are you already excited about them?
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