Battlefield 4 producer kicked off server by admin
If you’ve played the Battlefield series long enough, you’ve probably been kicked from a server at least once. Whether it’s because the server admin thought you were too good, or because they wanted to make room for paying members, or because you were from the wrong country. Or simply because they were jerks.
And if you’re from DICE, you can apparently get kicked for all the problems that Battlefield 4 faces at the moment. Just ask DICE’s Patrick Bach.
In a somewhat amusing turn of events, Battlefield 4 executive producer, and sometimes the face of DICE, was recently kicked off a public server by an admin. The reason for the kicking? “FIX THE GAME”, as the admin put. We have to admit, that must have taken some guts to do.
On the other hand, this isn’t the first time DICE is hearing it from the community regarding the state of Battlefield 4. The official forums, Twitter, Facebook, and other social media have been on fire with complaints and insults hurled at DICE from every angle.
Luckily, DICE is working hard to fix all these issues, and released a new patch yesterday. “Unlucikly” for PlayStation 4 owners, the upcoming Battlefield 4 PS4 patch has been delayed.