Battlefield 2042 is only for those who bought the game early (you can read the ongoing reviews here), and players already have a list of changes they want DICE to implement. From the official subreddit of BF2042, the most important one is the traditional in-game scoreboard.
The scoreboard DICE made for Battlefield 2042 deliberately fails to tell the full story of the game. Pressing Tab (default) during the game will display the ranking of each team, including their kills, assists and resurrection. It will not show you the statistics of individual players unless they are in your team and it will not tell you the number of deaths of someone.
Many fans miss Traditional scoreboard Play each player’s kills, deaths, scores and draws from past battlefield games so that everyone can see. “Why keep such simple and standard things in all shooters? I like to check my personal data, team data, overall data, if the team is balanced. Please bring this simple feature back,” the user wrote Where did you go On Reddit.
“How do they get rid of[d] One of the most commonly used functions[s] Battlefield game? “Say At 0m11c.
Celebrities xEu20Matar Enough is enough, they hold the cute little penguin in the battlefield hostage until the classic scoreboard appears.
Playing the Battlefield game is a bit strange, it provides very little information about other players on the server, but it seems that DICE is trying to downplay individual performance to encourage teamwork and prevent performance-based harassment. In games such as CS:GO, Rainbow Six Siege, and Valorant, text chat often makes people hate the player’s performance. Battlefield 2042’s scoreboard is basically anti-virus, at least outside of the squad. In the normal conquest mode, pressing the Tab key will only display three neutral or positive statistics about your squad-kills, assists, and resurrection. You can still see the complete list of players on the server from the pause menu, but only the three teammates in your squad can see your personal data, and the rest can only see the name of your squad.
With this level of confusion, players have nothing to complain about. A fed up teammate may decide to make it difficult for you to kill counts, but there is no death toll or kill/death ratio to support them, and there are few statistics on ammunition that can be abused with each other.
Hiding personal statistics may also have the expected effect of encouraging more teamwork in the battlefield. This is a team-based series that usually makes people feel individualistic in practice. If there is no server-side leaderboard standing at the top, we might have fewer snipers shooting from the top of the mountain throughout the game.
Overwatch has a similar system, I think DICE will see it when making Battlefield 2042.Blizzard’s scoreboard did not surface any The personal statistics of other players are only yours (although toxicity is still rampant due to the gold/silver/bronze medal system).
I’m not sure how bad it would be if “Battlefield 2042” had a more open scoreboard. In my experience, battlefield players tend to ignore the overall game and focus on themselves. I don’t remember any examples of harassment due to contributions from my team. In my opinion, laziness always comes with the territory of the battlefield. However, I am sure that harassment does happen, and I appreciate DICE’s seriousness to players. I have seen some players complain about the lack of a full chat channel in the BF2042, but I will not miss Landos getting along with another team because of being sniped.
I can understand the desire to compare myself with 127 other players. Even though I rarely enter the top 5, I have a strong urge to play TAB to see if I am the best. It feels good to stand on it! Maybe DICE will see a large enough demand to implement it, or maybe players will stop caring about and get used to the new scoreboard within a week.
Now, I will choose an effective “Battlefield 2042”: the game encountered some serious server problems on the day of its release, although the situation seems to be improving.