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The Big Issue: Battlefield 4.

GameGrin's James Furlong writes: "It’s fair to say that on the release of the Naval Strike DLC for Battlefield 4 the game was in the worst position it had been in, in its already quite controversial history. Now this is saying a lot, we’ve had bugs of all shapes and sizes be it the one-hit-kill bug or the overriding issue of what is colloquially known as the game’s netcode. So, to say the game was in its worst state is quite a strong statement."

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Sam Fisher787d ago

everything with battlefield 4 is a bug issue

venom06787d ago

the game is in a MUCH MUCH better state since the CTE patch that's been released to the public for the PC.. Console players will be in for a treat..

rbluetank787d ago

my SP is still broken. I completed the game three times and it erases off of my my hard drive for some reasons. I can not get the SP guns for the MP because of this. How can a company get away with this BS?

AgentSmithPS4787d ago

We need new laws to protect consumers from scum like ea/dice.

No DLC/shortcuts/etc can be sold until all bugs are fixed and servers meet standardized quality requirements.

If after X amount of weeks the game doesn't meet online standards they are required to refund a dollar a day to be paid all at once when it does.

If you rush a game out and ABC happens you lose your rights to have any stupid pre-order bonuses on your next game.

Trunkz Jr785d ago

Thank God DICE won't be too much involved in Hardline.