It’s unbelievable. DICE is still working through issues on Battlefield 4, nearly half a year since the game launched.

At the moment, they are dealing with rubber-banding in their latest DLC, Naval Strike. SVP and General Manager Karl Magnus Troeddson has confirmed they are implementing a high-performance server solution, and that the game is constantly getting improved.

Fans will testify that Battlefield 4 is a good game, but there is no getting around the fact that the brand has been damaged in the fallout of its broken launch. One wonders if EA and DICE have really learned their lesson from this game.


Bandai Namco Confirms Dark Souls 2 Issues At Launch, Launches Support Pages

Previous article

PC Games Now Make More Revenue Than Consoles, Driven By MOBAs

Next article

You may also like

More in News