Battlefield 5’s movement mechanics required some slight tweaks to reach perfection, and all the Battlefield players I know expected 2042 to do just that.
So it was particularly surprising to see DICE seemingly throw away all that work when moving to Battlefield 2042.
But why throw away all the work that went into creating Battlefield’s most dynamic, responsive and satisfying movement mechanics?
– but it was Battlefield 5’s best innovation – one that actually stuck from reveal to well after launch, unlike certain other elements.
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