Battlefield 2042’s empty server looks like a death bell for a game on the ropes.
It’s supposed to be a glorious return for a franchise that has struggled to capture the imagination in recent years, but it looks more and more like Battlefield 2042 is a new low point for the series.
At launch – and since – the game has drawn criticism; with a lack of Battlefield’s core features (I mean really, no scoreboards or voice chat?), poor performance, and a lot of bugs that break the game into the most amazing critiques.
All this is compounded by the ever -increasing queue times experienced by players. Leading some to suggest that Battlefield 2042 could mark the death of the franchise.
Now, it seems that the game is reaching a crisis point, as players report that the server is just empty.
Battlefield 2042 Empty Server Means Players Can’t Find Games
The news that Battlefield 2042 is increasingly being played only by bots isn’t a new thing, but it seems the situation is getting worse, with players now claiming they can’t find any occupied servers.
This comes after a call to save the game by making it free to play, an action that not everyone who paid full price for the game a few months ago agreed with.