How to fix the black screen of Battlefield 2042 at the startup problem
Battlefield 2042 is officially published today and opens the gates for players who have not pre-ordered the game for the first time. However, new players already have difficulty passing a black screen of Battlefield 2042 at startup.
This annoying mistake breaks down shortly after the first charging screen and just before the game tries to connect them to the servers. At the moment it seems mainly PC players to affect and DICE already works on a fix more general.
For those who want to get in a game before the next Battlefield 2042 update, the developer has issued a workaround for the problem with the black screen of Battlefield 2042 at startup. There is another solution, depending on whether you are playing on Origin, Steam or Epic, but you all should set them up in a short time and ready to use.
When you play on Origin, Steam or Epic, make sure that the game is up-to-date. If this is the case, right-click the game in your library and click Repair Match. If you play with the EA desktop app, try to start the game over Origin (but make sure that all EA desktop processes are finished).
If problems continue to occur, DICE recommends deleting the folder with the game settings in the Document Folder of Battlefield 2042. As a result, your settings are reset, and you forced to play the conquest tutorial again, but your game progress is not reset — so you still have access to the best Battlefield 2042 guns when you come back.
Still does not work? You only have two options before a complete reinstallation is recommended. This check if your GPU drivers are up-to-date and temporarily change the resolution of your monitor.
If this does not work for you, its best to easily uninstall the game and reinstall the game. In our Battlefield 2042 review, which we have given a seven number, Jess said that old fans will enjoy the series, but it is clear that DICE has something to do yet.