If you’ve played the recently concluded Battlefield 2042 beta, and wanted to have your opinion be heard, you might want to check your inbox, as EA has sent out a Battlefield 2042 beta survey to participants! Unfortunately, not everyone seems to have gotten it, and it’s just being sent at random.
- Related Reading: Battlefield 2042: DICE Explains Beta Build Process; Hostility Mentioned as Part of Why Devs Don’t Interact More
While I don’t see the BF2042 beta survey in my inbox (why, EA?), a tipster has shared it with us. The survey includes questions like how frustrated was the player in the beta, were objectives relayed in a clear fashion, and so on. We’ve screengrabbed some, which includes EA asking participants whether they prefer the Specialists system over the franchise’s tried and true classes system, which has been featured in every Battlefield game so far. In addition to that, the survey even asks if players had a difficult time discerning enemies from friendlies, which means DICE and EA are aware of the issue.
Check out some of the sample questions in the gallery below (this is not the complete survey, as it also asks about weapons, vehicles, and loads more).
While those participating are sharing crucial feedback to EA and DICE, it’s important to note that the game is about a month away from launch, which means not a lot of gameplay reworks can be applied. Unless, of course, EA delays the game again, which we don’t see happeninng.
For more on the Battlefield 2042 beta, we shared a feature talking about the things we liked about it, as well as some of the things we didn’t like, which you can read here.