Battlefield 2042: Players Fume Over “Mouse Bug” Following Huge Game Update

Battlefield 2042 has had a poor start to life.

The latest update implemented by the developers of Battlefield 2042 has caused widespread issues, including an all-new mouse bug that has surfaced in-game.

Gamers who pre-order EA and DICE's latest creation have been far from happy after the first-person shooter was launched and completely riddled with glitches from the off.

Update 3 was launched recently and new issues have arisen from this, one of which is that PC players are unable to change direction on foot - but can while in vehicles.

New skins have also been added to Battlefield 2042 which have raised some eyebrows, one of which is a Father Christmas Operator.

While DICE have moved the emphasis towards the festive season, they appear to have failed to address the obvious issues in relation to gameplay.

Read more: Battlefield 2042 Game Update 3: Release Date, Patch Notes, Bug Fixes And More

Battlefield 2042 Mouse Bug

Once Update 3 went live, players quickly noticed that a software bug for PC players was present in the game, to which Battlefield Direct Communication responded promptly to acknowledge the issue and assure players they were working on a hotfix.

However, this left many players really unhappy as the slow and stuttery start to life for Battlefield 2042, with DICE receiving further scrutiny due to their in-game issues slowly mounting.

Here are some of the best comments that we found on social media:

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