Entries in 'battlefield 4' (54)
EA would have no hesitation in delaying Star Wars: Battlefront if the game wasn’t right – even if it meant missing the launch of the new movie.
Major games publishers have not learnt their lesson from the slew of broken games released at the end of last year.
The lawsuit against Electronic Arts involving Battlefield 4's poor launch and online performance directly affecting EA's share price has suffered a setback, as a federal judge has ruled against the ...
EA is bundling all of its Battlefield 4 content into a single SKU to be released before the end of the month.
Battlefield developer DICE has stated its intention to win back any gamers who have been left disillusioned with the franchise following Battlefield 4.
Battlefield 4 launched with a number of major bugs and issues, which forced developer DICE to suspend all DLC development until it could get the game working.
EA is giving away Battlefield 3 for free to PC gamers.
EA has added for option for users to pay for in-game Battlepack enhancements with real cash.
US PS3 owners are being given the chance to sample Battlefield 4 for free.
Nearly six months after the game’s release, the discovery of a significant bug in Battlefield 4 has heaped more pressure on EA’s shooter.
Battlefield 4 developer DICE has admitted that it’s still not satisfied with the online performance of its multiplayer shooter.
DICE has followed news of a delay to Battlefield 4’s Naval Strike DLC on PC by announcing that it will also be late to Xbox One.
January is always a quiet time of the year – this year more so than normal with only a handful of new releases.
EA owned studio DICE has once again promised to fix the problems that persist with Battlefield 4.
Battlefield 4's Second Assault DLC is heading to platforms outside of Xbox One later this month, developer DICE has announced.
AMD graphics card owners are now able to play the Mantle version of Battlefield 4.
The extreme problems that have dogged Battlefield 4 unavoidably cast a shadow over EA’s upcoming online-only title Titanfall.
So we all know GTA V ruled the roost, but how did the other blockbuster games of 2013 fare?
As is now clearly apparent, AMD’s supposedly game-changing PC API Mantle has missed its 2013 release.
The Top 20 Entertainment Products of 2013 are in, and it's unsurprising to see Grand Theft Auto V come out on top, with 3.67m units sold.
A US law firm is investigating the possibility of suing EA over the technical problems that have beset the launch of Battlefield 4.
Some Xbox One owners have claimed they have been successfully refunded for their Battlefield 4 Premium membership.
Development of DLC for Battlefield 4 has been stopped so the entire studio can focus on fixing the game’s problems.
DICE’s ongoing struggle to fix the problems that have affected the many versions of Battlefield 4 show no signs of abating.
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