Battlefield 2042 Dev Tells Fans To "Have Faith Fam" After Delay

Electronic Arts recently delayed one of its biggest games this year, Battlefield 2042, but this is not a signal that the game is in trouble, according to principal software engineer Jim Hejl. Posting on Twitter, Hejl said there is no reason to worry about Battlefield 2042's delay--the game just needs "a little longer on spin cycle," Hejl said. The game is now slated for release on November 19 instead of October 22. "Hey, I really appreciate all the support from the community regarding the new 2042 dates. It feels good that you trust us," Hejl said. "And you should. It's a solid game. This isn't my first rodeo. It's not a project in trouble. It just needs a little longer on spin cycle."Hey, I really appreciate all the support from the community regarding the new 2042 dates. It feels good that you trust us.And you should. It’s a solid game. This isn’t my first rodeo. It’s not a project in trouble. It just needs a little longer on spin cycle.Have faith fam pic.twitter.com/CkPwoles8q — Jim Hejl (@jimhejl) September 17, 2021Right now, Hejl is spending time working on adjusting Battlefield 2042's terrain tessellation systems "for max performance without sacrificing anything visually."Continue Reading at GameSpot

Battlefield 2042 Dev Tells Fans To "Have Faith Fam" After Delay

Electronic Arts recently delayed one of its biggest games this year, Battlefield 2042, but this is not a signal that the game is in trouble, according to principal software engineer Jim Hejl. Posting on Twitter, Hejl said there is no reason to worry about Battlefield 2042's delay--the game just needs "a little longer on spin cycle," Hejl said. The game is now slated for release on November 19 instead of October 22.

"Hey, I really appreciate all the support from the community regarding the new 2042 dates. It feels good that you trust us," Hejl said. "And you should. It's a solid game. This isn't my first rodeo. It's not a project in trouble. It just needs a little longer on spin cycle."

Right now, Hejl is spending time working on adjusting Battlefield 2042's terrain tessellation systems "for max performance without sacrificing anything visually."

Continue Reading at GameSpot