Season 1: Zero Hour, Battlefield 2042’s much-anticipated and long-delayed version, was finally released today, on June 9, but things got worse, not as planned. According to the game’s creator, DICE, many gamers cannot play the military shooting title anyway because of “Load Persistence Data” issues.
If you recognize the error, it’s because Battlefield 2042 encountered it when it launched in November 2021. Issues lingered but were handled and repaired in the past, and supporters are confident this time is no exception.
As a precautionary measure, DICE has temporarily disabled access to the newly released Season 1 battle pass’s additional content. The battle pass is still earned, and you will get all the content once the faults are fixed.
A solution for the Persistence Data problems has been discovered, and “numerous” users have been able to log in again, DICE has stated. Unfortunately, the good times didn’t last very long. DICE remarked, “Our efforts to reform services have returned the problem.”
We’re looking at Load Persistence Data Errors that have just appeared for players launching the game.
Sit tight, we’re on it. pic.twitter.com/4zYvhmvWEK
— Battlefield Direct Communication (@BattlefieldComm) June 9, 2022
The Battlefield 2042 Season 1: Zero Hour has introduced a new map and unique character in the game. More characters, maps, weaponry, and many other game features will be available in many future seasons.