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Battlefield 2042 Il sentimento del giocatore migliora dalla per lo più negativa a miscelata su vapore dal lancio di S1

Quasi un mese dopo l’uscita della prima stagione di Battlefield 2042, le recensioni dei giocatori del gioco sono finalmente passate da per lo più negative a miste su Steam.

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Non è un segreto che il tiratore multiplayer in prima persona di EA sia stato lanciato in un po ‘di uno stato. Poco dopo la sua uscita a novembre dello scorso anno, il gioco ha ricevuto più di 33.000 recensioni per lo più negative su Steam con molti che hanno chiamato i dadi per la sua mancanza di funzionalità e funzionalità, nonché esperienza buggy.

Tuttavia, dopo l’uscita della stagione 1: zero ora il 9 giugno, sembra che l’opinione dei giocatori di PC sia migliorata poiché il gioco ora presenta recensioni miste su Steam anziché per lo più negative. Al momento della stesura di scrittura, il gioco ha ancora un totale di 108.422 recensioni per lo più negative dei giocatori, ma 4.239 di quelle recentemente aggiunte indicano che sono contrastanti.

Il giornalista Tom Henderson ha condiviso le recenti statistiche di Steamdb su Twitter confrontando il lancio della stagione 1 di Halo Infinite Multiplayer e Battlefield 2042 e, dimostrando che quest’ultimo è riuscito a mantenere una base di giocatori decente dal 9 giugno. Henderson osserva che Battlefield 2042 ha anche 3 volte i giocatori di Halo Infinite su Steam.

Il mese scorso, il nuovo GM Rebecka Coutaz di Dice ha risposto al scarso lancio del gioco, affermando che uno dei primi problemi che aveva era stata l’organizzazione del team di sviluppo e la configurazione del lavoro da casa provocata dalla pandemia.

Tutti sono rimasti delusi: la nostra comunità, anche i nostri giocatori e la nostra squadra. È una squadra che ha investito anni della loro vita in questo gioco, ha aggiunto. E per quel gioco non all’altezza delle aspettative della squadra o dei giocatori, è stato difficile. Stiamo andando avanti e da allora abbiamo fatto molte cose.

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Pro Overwatch Team punito per “manovra illegale” sulla nuova mappa beta OW2

Professional Overwatch League team Florida Mayhem was just punished for using an “illegal maneuver” during a match on Circuit Royal, a new Escort map in the Overwatch 2 Beta.

Given that the Overwatch 2 Beta only just kicked off on April 26, Blizzard’s first public build is expected to have its fair share of issues. In the opening days, we’ve already seen everything from game-breaking ultimates to lobby-crashing bugs hindering the experience.

When you add professional play into the mix, with six-figure prize pools at stake, these issues tend to be a little more significant. Such was the case during the opening week of the 2022 OWL season as Florida Mayhem found themselves in a heated series against Paris Eternal.

While the squads traded blows across the first two maps, Florida quickly came under scrutiny in the third round for using what was deemed an “illegal maneuver” on one of the game’s brand new Escort layouts.

Florida Mayhem’s “illegal maneuver”

As their attacking phase got underway on Circuit Royal, Florida left the spawn room with both Symmetra and Mei in their composition. After rushing outside, the entire team soon launched themselves over the roof of a nearby building thanks to the combination of Mei’s Ice Wall and Sym’s Teleporter.

In just a matter of seconds, they were soon crashing down onto an unsuspecting Paris squad below for an effortless team fight win. “This is ‘5Head’ from the Florida Mayhem right now,” casters reacted in the moment.

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With momentum on their side, Florida finished with a full minute on the clock before a successful defensive phase to seemingly win the map.

Though unbeknownst to the casters or any of the players involved, things weren’t quite that simple. Due to this innovative strategy, League officials called for a replay.

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Having been made aware of the rulebook violation, both teams loaded back into Circuit Royal once again as Florida was forced to replay the attacking round.

Ultimately, results remained the same even without the flashy Mei and Symmetra rollout. Florida cruised through the map again to secure an unquestionable win on the second go around.

While the replay didn’t impact the scoreline, this ruling nonetheless caused ample discussion online.

With how fresh the Overwatch 2 Beta is, this marked just the fourth time Circuit Royal was played at a professional level. As a result, those involved had no way of knowing their tactic went against the rules.

“No exploits of known bugs are allowed,” the 2022 Overwatch League rulebook states, according to a post from Florida coach Gunba. “This includes roof surfing (Doomfist on Midtown), or any other known or unknown exploits.”

“According to Blizzard this is the rule we violated during the match,” the coach explained. “We genuinely weren’t aware it was an exploit. I think this rule is super vague but in the future, we’ll check with Blizzard to make sure.”

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Boston Uprising President Chris ‘HuK’ Loranger also chimed in to criticize the ruling, labeling it not only “bad for the League” but also bad for “fun, innovation, [and] viewers” too.

“I can understand Paris/League official’s perspective, but rules should be reevaluated,” he stressed.”

“While we understand this was a fun play, the ruling here is that using a Mei wall to reach unusable locations with the Symmetra teleport is an exploit and has never been allowed in OWL matches,” Head of the Overwatch League Sean Miller explained amidst the wave of backlash online.

“This rule has been shared with teams and players prior to the start of the season.”

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Currently, Blizzard is yet to address the exploit in any meaningful capacity. This Mei wall trick is still active in the Overwatch 2 Beta for players to abuse on the Circuit Royal map.

With multiple new layouts now in play, there’s no telling how many similar tricks may exist. It’s unlikely this is the last time we see a pro team punished for experimenting with strategies in the early build of Overwatch 2.

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