Thousands of Battlefield 2042 players want their money back after a disastrous couple of months with EA's title.
EA and DICE just can't seem to catch a break with Battlefield 2042. Recently, they announced the delay for the scoreboard feature and the game's first season.
Today, a petition surfaced on Change.org , requesting that EA refund players for Battlefield 2042. The petition has been signed by more than 4,000 players at the time of writing.
The person who started the petition Satoshi Nakamoto states in the description that "Battlefield 2042 is a mockery of every customer who purchased the game for $70 USD due to EA's false advertising" and that if the petition reaches 50k signatures, lawyers will be willing to take action against EA.
"Signing this petition will get you one step closer to getting a refund on Battlefield 2042. If this petition receives 50K signatures or more, one of the best class-action lawsuit lawyers in the country is willing to take our case against EA," it's written in the petition description.
Steam have been issuing full refunds to Battlefield 2042 players to this day, despite their refund policy allowing refunds only if the refund is requested within 14 days of purchase and if the game has been played for less than two hours.
Whether this petition reaches EA it remains to be seen. Honestly, we wouldn't be surprised if the publisher started offering refunds to everyone who want their money back, only to avoid further bad PR.