Are you wondering how to fix the Battlefield 5 End of Round bug? Players are getting frustrated at the lack of information provided to them after an intense match of Battlefield 5 and they’re itching for a fix to this annoying problem.
In Battlefield 5, players can jump into intense battles with dozens of allies and opponents using guns, tanks, and even fighter planes. It’s a ton of fun, and one of the best parts is looking at your score at the end of the game. Unfortunately, many players are reporting that they are not receiving the End of Round report. This report tells you your score and your progression in the game’s various progression tracks.
Am I losing progress in Battlefield 5?
Once concern players might have is whether or not they’re actually getting progress. After all, the Battlefield 5 End of Round bug is not showing how much experience they’ve earned — does this mean that they’re losing out on experience points?
Thankfully, that doesn’t seem to be the case. According to EA Community manager PartWelsh, player progress is still being recorded. While you won’t see the results of that progress in the game, the server is tracking your stats and experience level. Once this bug is squashed, you should be getting all of your missing progress shown on-screen in one massive update.
How to fix the Battlefield 5 End of Round bug
Update: An EA Community Manager has provided an ETA for the fix:
Tomorrow we will be performing some Backend maintenance on #Battlefield in order to restore End of Round Reports
🕘 9AM UTC – 12:00 UTC
⚠ There may some interruption to service
You won't need to download anything, and progress will sync on your next round completion/rank up. pic.twitter.com/bx3LRrg4FW
— Freeman (@PartWelsh) March 10, 2020
Can you fix the Battlefield 5 End of Round bug? Unfortunately, no. As EA Community Manager PartWelsh says: “It’s not you, it’s us.”
The lack of End of Round reports is an issue with EA’s servers and not the game; there’s nothing wrong on your end. The downside is that there’s nothing you can do to fix it. The upside is that Electronic Arts has identified the problem.
EA will have people working through the weekend to get this issue fixed and a server patch is expected sometime in the second week of March 2020 if everything goes well. Once it’s done, the game’s servers will update, so you won’t have to do anything to your game.