Origin is currently holding a pretty massive sale for its Battlefield games.
Battlefield 4: Half the price, twice the bugs.
Well I haven't noticed any bugs in some time and its vastly better than other shooters.
Except 100ms sever click sure isn't a huge ass bug.
That makes no sense more like half the price and hardly any bugs, much better than buying it at full price with a load of bugs. Hate the games terrible launch but the actual game is actually very good
Apparently I'm imagining the new bug where you randomly lose all your guns and unlocks.
Happened in BF3 too. Rubber banding is still a prevalent issue on the PS4.
Rubber banding has more to do with server lag than anything else.
So basically they are almost selling it for what it was actually worth at release? ;)
No they should have paid us money to test it out and report bugs for the first few months.
I don't know what's the fuss about bugs in the. I play on ps4 and I never ran into any game hindering bugs myself. The only bug I have been getting lately is not having all my weapons and that rarely happens. Even so , its clear that DICE is going to do what it takes to provide he best BF4 experience on all platforms.
"I don't know what's the fuss about bugs in the. I play on PS4 and I never ran into any game hindering bugs myself." As a PS4 owner, I call BS. The PS4 version is full of issues, from lag, rubberbanding and kill trading to spawn glitches, crashes and server hangs. The official BF forum has pages dedicated to PS4 problems, and that no weapons bug that rarely happens happened to me four times in the space of two hours only yesterday. The tl:dr is you're wrong. Don't treat people like idiots.
I was hoping this would include premium for PS4....smh
Excatly what I was going to say. Offer us premium at a discount, and I may be swayed into buying it. Say 50-75% off :-D
A liquidation sale, perhaps? For a digitally distributed game? Yeah...EA would be that stupid.
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