EA Asks Players to Rate Battlefield 2042 in a Brief Survey

Battlefield 2042 Survey
On a scale of 1 to 10, how do you rate your Battlefield 2042 experience.

Battlefield 2042 is experiencing a rough launch and the game’s statistics don’t look quite good at the moment, in the meanwhile, Electronic Arts is sending out an email to all players, asking them to rate Battlefield 2042 in a quick survey, and provide brief feedback for the developers.

If you are a Battlefield 2042 player, and you have already subscribed to EA’s email service, you can probably find a new email from the publisher in your inbox (Promotions category) that asks you to provide your feedback on Battlefield 2042 in a two-step survey.

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The survey simply asks you to rate Battlefield 2042 on a scale of 1 to 10. Once done, you’re given a 400-character text box to provide brief feedback on the reason why for your rating score. If you are a fan of the game, and you do want it to become better over time, make sure to provide your feedback.

Battlefield 2042 Survey

Of course, Electronic Arts will probably need a more detailed survey to fix the issues of Battlefield 2042 and collect feedback on some of the more specific areas of the game like Portal, Hazard Zone, the overall amount of weapons, and probably the new Specialists system.

Less than a month after launch, Battlefield 2042 now has around 20K to 30K concurrent players on Steam, placing it at 30th place, behind games like Payday 2, PUBG, Rainbow Six Siege, and Red Dead Redemption 2. Also, the amount of negative reviews from players on Steam has turned it into one of the worst-rated titles of 2021 on the platform.

In a recent statement from Electronic Arts that was shared by Gamespot, the publisher ensured fans about its commitment to support Battlefield 2042 and expanding the whole Battlefield series under the management of Respawn’s Vince Zampella.

Battlefield 2042 is now available on PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One.