Battlefield 2042 is looking to be one of the more ambitious entries in the franchise’s life, not just because of the multiplayer-only model but also the inclusion of Battlefield Portal, but all of that effort isn’t being seen due to the Battlefield 2042 “global game quota exceeded” error.
Due to the online multiplayer model that Battlefield 2042 is going for, downtimes like this have sadly been expected, especially since the game isn’t even officially out yet, with many players hoping to see the Battlefield 2042 “global game quota exceeded” error fixed.
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Battlefield 2042 Global Game Quota Exceeded Error Message - How to Fix
So, is there any way to fix this annoying bit of trouble plaguing Early Access Battlefield 2042 fans?
At the moment, the answer is no, as this is a server issue that EA and Ripple Effect have to fix so no amount of router resetting or console refreshing will fix this issue.
It’s a sad bit of truth that many Battlefield 2042 players will have to accept, though they will be happy to know that EA and Ripple Effect are already looking into the “global game quota exceeded issue,” so all we can do is hope that they fix this issue as quickly as possible.
Hopefully, this issue will be fixed by the time Battlefield 2042 comes out next week, though all we can do is keep our fingers crossed and have faith in the developers.
Battlefield 2042 is coming to the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC on November 19.
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