Battlefield 2042 is set to introduce dynamic weather into the series for the first time, a feature that will see players avoiding (or utilizing) the likes of tornadoes and sandstorms during their battles. However, according to a notable leaker, the tornadoes are more of a nuisance than a boon for the new Battlefield.
In a recent tweet, known Battlefield leaker Tom Henderson claimed that early feedback from sources that have played the new Battlefield has been critical of the game’s tornado feature.
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