Gamerz Elite site's team member was playing Battlefield 4 Conquest in Map: Dawnbreaker on PS4. During the game he was shot from underneath of the Map. It happened twice in a single match and the opponent was the same guy.
this shit happen on pc too, its a bug.
This is just another reason that I haven`t bought into this game yet . Sick of waiting for BF4 to play as promised by Dice and EA .
Good luck with that. The roof glitch on Metro in BF3 was there day 1. To this day you can still do it, they never could or would fix it.
Happened to me and my brother the other day while playing on PS4, spawned and I was swimming around beneath the map
you just can't be sure with such a buggy game...
Dice lost a lot of respect from gamers because EA made them release a unfinished game... Not a good way to compet with CallOfDuty...They better give some free DLC to Apologize for that mess of a game it's been 3 months since it came out.
pls just watch this whole video - http://www.youtube.com/watc... , DICE made the same bugs from BF3 appear in BF4, this has not so much to do with rushed game as with unskilled programmers, i mean even the first CS had better netcode (you can see that in the video, where CS uploads 100x/second the players position while BF4 only uploads it 10x/second which of course is then transferred into unprecise hit detection.
Go to Hainan Resort on Bf4. That map is so busted up with glitches its not even funny. You can go under the map on flag B,flag D you can glitch inside the wrecked ship and cant get touched but can shoot anyone in the flag area and flag C you can glitch inside the hotel elevator and the wall near the top.Brutal as hell.Even though I hate the map it just adds more bullshit to it.
Honestly it doesn't matter. It shows how fundamentally broken BF4 is at its current state. I love the game to death.. when it works. But there is some serious issues dice needs to work out. And to believe this was all to launch before COD...
It was obvious that it was to beat CoD to release, was it worth it... no, Bad company series was usually release between March and June, and they never were broken to the point of unplayable. EA need to calm down and rethink their strategy, If the game is good it will do good on its own beating any other game release before it. Plus releasing a game 5 to 6 months after a cod game is good since the majority of players are looking for something else to play after they get bored of CoD.
I definitely agree. EA was the source of this, rushing an unfinished game out the door. You think being voted Worst Company in America two years in a row would make them rethink their strategies, but nope. I do think releasing later on or after CoD would give DICE a chance to both polish their game and have a successful, stable release.
@Gibberish It was voted twice, yet people keep paying for their stuff, If you and me, and the rest of the gamer community unite and do not buy any more products from them, they will get the message, also will get scared to see the real power gamers really have, we just have to Unite and put a stop to it.
My question for everyone is, knowing the CoD hype has died substantially with the release of Ghost (they didn't meet their mark or previous sales figures). Why, oh why on earth would you release an unfinished game, and then decide to release a new Battlefield game for 2014. Is EA that arrogant or that cocky to think we are that dumb. Now with this new Battlefield game that releases this year and tanks, they will more than likely let go of the employees. EA hasn't realized that annual releases will die off quicker than you think. I think Activision has gotten lucky with CoD this far, and Ubisoft with Assassin's Creed. AC I think has more life to it because its 3rd person and new elements can be added.
Simply, many bugs, many.
I got BF4 for $40 on day one and still feel like I got ripped off. Last DICE game for me.
glitch, and by the way i cant play due to the game crashing everyt1ime i want tot play.
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