Rumor: EA to offer free Battlefield 4 DLC for game issues
Battlefield 4 has been through a lot of issues since launch. And while developer DICE has fixed many of the problems with countless patches, the game is still far from perfect.
After all, the first month or so with Battlefield 4 has been a nightmare, and the only compensation DICE has given to those dealing with the game has been a week long of double XP and a pistol scope.
Many players were insulted by this meager gesture for all the trouble they’ve been through with the game — spending $60 on a broken game, and another $50 for Premium.
EA and DICE have been facing a lot of heat from gamers and the press over Battlefield 4 and how it was rushed to market. Last week, game host Kevin Pereira raged about Battlefield 4, calling it “buggy bullshit”.
It now seems that EA is trying to smooth things out with those who purchased the game, and this time, it won’t be just a pistol scope.
According to a rumor, EA is getting ready to offer a free Battlefield 4 DLC as an apology to gamers. We’re not sure if this is the China Rising DLC, which most gamers have access to anyway since they pre-ordered the game, or the upcoming Second Assault DLC.
DICE has stopped working on Battlefield 4 DLC in order to fix the game, and its unknown if this will delay the release of Second Assault, which is rumored to be released next month.
EA is also facing two lawsuits over the Battlefield 4 problems, both are class-action lawsuits that allege EA misled investors about the condition of the game.