Battlefield 2042 Coins Not Working

Battlefield 2042 Coins are not working at the moment, causing a lot of frustration for the player base. I mean, people purchased those Coins fair and square, they should get to spend them in the game. And there’s a new premium battle pass up for sale. So, what exactly is going on, and is there anything you can do about it? Let’s find out.

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battlefield 2042 coins not working
Battlefield 2042 Coins Not Working

Battlefield 2042 Coins Not Working

The Coins are definitely not working in Battlefield 2042 at the time of writing, as we’ve already said. Reports are pouring in from players on all platforms; PC, both PlayStation consoles, both Xbox consoles, they’re all experiencing problems. Whether you’ve purchased Coins via Origin, the Xbox Store or the PlayStation Store, there’s a decent chance you’ll run into this bug. As to what it does is prevent you from seeing your Coins when returning to the in-game menu. It seems that the trouble started with the latest update, which just compunds the problem, since people are trying to by the new premium battle pass. Just another day of Battlefield 2042 being a mess, at the end of the day. It’s always something.

So, what can you do about the issue of coins not working in Battlefield 2042? Well, I have good news and bad news. The bad news is that there’s nothing you can do on your end, as far as we know. The good news is that the devs are well aware of the situation and are working to fix it, as you can see in the Known Issues section of the website. For a bit of extra reassurance, the entry says that “your purchased currency will correctly appear in your account as soon as we resolve these ongoing issues.” So, there’s no reason to panic; you haven’t wasted your money. The Coins haven’t disappeared into the ether, and you’ll get to use them as you intended when the developers issue a fix.

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