We have been hearing reports of how buggy EA’s Battlefield 4 is, to the extent where EA’s VP actually admitted it himself while vowing to ensure that future EA games will be thoroughly tested to ensure the best experience possible. Well the good news is that EA appears to be taking these bugs pretty seriously as they have released a statement to the folks at Kotaku, claiming that future Battlefield 4 DLCs will not be released until they have sorted out the issues that they are having with the game first.
However in the meantime, EA will be releasing the Battlefield 4 China Rising expansion pack as they had already promised gamers a release date, and also because the expansion was already in the final stages of development, which didn’t make much sense to hold it back any longer than necessary. According to EA’s statement, “We’re not moving onto future projects or expansions until we sort out all the issues with Battlefield 4. We know many of our players are frustrated, and we feel your pain. We will not stop until this is right.” While this means that Battlefield 4 players might be stuck with the same content for a while, we suppose it’s better than having to play through new, but buggy, content, right?
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