Meanwhile, more than 100,000 people signed a petition asking for a refund for the shooter.
- According to SteamDB data, 3531 people have played BF 2042 through the Valve client in the last 24 hours.
- For comparison, the peak online of the game was right at the start – a little more than 105 thousand people. Thus, the DICE shooter has lost over 96% of the audience on Steam since its release in November 2021.
- It is worth considering that the game is also available on PC through Origin and the Epic Games Store, so the total online should still be higher.
- In the meantime, Change.org continues to collect signatures asking to allow refunds for all players who are unhappy with Battlefield 2042. Over the past few days, the page has gained over 109 thousand votes. The next goal is 150,000 signatures.