How to fix Battlefield 2042 mouse stuck glitch on PC
Battlefield 2042 PC players have been unable to move their mouse after Update 3, so here’s how to fix the issue.
Ever since Battlefield 2042’s Update #3, some PC players have been unable to move their mouse horizontally. However, a senior DICE dev has revealed some solutions.
Battlefield 2042’s Update #3 brought a ton of much-needed fixes to the game, improving hit registration and making the menus much easier to navigate. However, this appears to have caused another issue, where PC players are unable to move their mouse left and right.
DICE’s Lead Game Designer Florian ‘DRUNKKZ3’ Le Bihan has been quick to respond, offering players solutions that are confirmed to have fixed the issue.
- How to fix Battlefield 2042 mouse issues on PC
How to fix Battlefield 2042 mouse issues on PC
Battlefield 2042’s lengthy update #3 patch notes have been welcomed by the community, but DICE’s Lead Game Designer has given solutions for players unable to move their mouse left and right.
Here’s every solution suggested by Florian and the community.
Reset On Foot keybinds
Before we get into the other fixes, Florian suggested a “less ‘drastic'” solution, where you need to reset the On Foot settings and keybinds.
Here’s what you need to do:
- Launch Battlefield 2042
- Open up ‘Settings’
- Navigate to ‘Mouse & Keyboard’ then ‘On Foot’
- Select ‘Restore Default’
- Open up the ‘Keybindings’ box
- Hit ‘Restore Default’ again
Reset Battlefield 2042 keybinds
Florian recommends that players first reset all of their Battlefield 2042 keybinds. This will likely fix any issues that cropped up following the update.
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Then, you can reapply the best Battlefield 2042 keybinds and settings, to make sure you’re as accurate as possible on foot and in vehicles.
Delete specific Battlefield 2042 file lines
Battlefield news account ‘Battlefield Bulletin’ has found another potential option, where you need to delete some of the infantry lines in Battlefield’s files.
Thanks to Battlefield Bulletin, here’s what you need to do:
- Head to Documents on Windows
- Find ‘Battlefield 2042’ and open it
- Select the ‘Settings’ folder
- Open ‘PROFSAVE_Profile’ with notepad
- Find ‘GstKeyBinding.infantry.ConceptYaw’
- Delete all of the lines and save file
Delete Battlefield 2042 Documents folder
Another solution suggested by Florian is to delete the Battlefield 2042 folder in your Documents. YouTuber JackFrags confirmed this worked for him, so is well worth trying.
Here’s how to do it:
- Open up File Explorer on Windows
- Go to ‘Documents’
- Find ‘Battlefield 2042’
- Delete the folder
- If this has caused any issues, right click on Battlefield 2042 in Origin and select ‘Repair’
Hopefully one of these solutions will fix the mouse stuck glitch and you’ll be able to move your mouse left and right after downloading Update 3.
For more Battlefield 2042, you can check out our ranking of every gun in All-Out Warfare.
Image Credit: DICE / EA
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