With the Battlefield 2042 beta underway, players have been quick to share their feedback on what they liked, and what needed work. One of the things which a lot of players have issues with is the beta build’s UI (user interface). Thankfully, DICE has confirmed that the Battlefield 2042 UI has been improved upon already, which isn’t surprising given the beta build is at least a few months old.
In a Reddit post, DICE Producer Ben Walke (posting as Reddit user F8RGE) confirmed this in response to this video post:
Here’s what Walke had to say:
Been a lot of improvements to the options menu for launch. The above video is a bug that has been squished. Nuances that come with a build that’s a few months old.
Walke also confirmed that the menus being unclear whether something is on/off has been improved in the latest builds as well. Now, for those annoyed at how many sub menus there are and whatnot, Walke also confirmed improvements to this, too.
Another thing Walke confirmed that has been improved is how the scoring system works for actions such as resupplying, healing, and more.
In that thread, here’s what Walke had to say:
Walke also confirmed that you’ll also get XP for transporting people around the map, too.
This is definitely good news, as currently in the beta, players are given a measly 5XP for resupplying and so on. I mean, sure, it beats that than having nothing at all, but that doesn’t really promote a team game. Glad to hear that it’s been sorted out.
Speaking of improved UI, that was one of the things we pointed out in our Battlefield 2042 beta feature where we ist five things we didn’t like about the beta, and five things we think clicked.
Battlefield 2042 is set to launch this November 19 on the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.