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DICE Chief Designer Fawzi Mesmar Leaves Company Following Controversial Battlefield 2042 Launch

The launch of Battlefield 2042 has been mired in controversy and outrage due to the state in which the game has been presented: bugs, performance and balance issues during games, poor map design … our analysis We tell you everything you need to know about the game. And it is precisely just before a big patch that promises to solve many of the problems that DICE’s chief designer, Fawzi Mesmar (Battlefield y Star Wars: Battlefront), has announced that he is leaving the company.

The middle VGC has announced this news exclusively. Fawzi Mesmar has announced his resignation through a email to DICE disclosing that “He had been planning on leaving for a long time once the studio’s latest shooter had been released.. November 26 will be the last of Mesmar in DICE. As for his next position, it is unknown. The rest of the mail goes like this:

It was an absolute pleasure serving on the best design teams in the galaxy.“Mesmar wrote in his email to staff.”The incredible design work you do continues to inspire me every day. Thank you for trusting me, I hope I have not disappointed you. I have been made an offer that I could not refuse at another company that has been kind enough to wait for me until we launch Battlefield 2042. It was super important for me to be here with the team as we achieved this historic milestone.

Although Oskar [Gabrielson, director general del estudio] and I have been discussing my succession plans for some time – and it will be announced in due course – we have chosen to delay this communication until after launch in order to keep our focus – rightly so – on the game that we have been putting a monumental amount of effort.

Battlefield 2042 launched on November 19, 2021, and has had a bumpy launch. Despite this, DICE has committed to releasing updates to address the technical and game-balancing issues that many players are encountering.

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