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BF4 Crashes - trying to work out what causes it.

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So because I've had a crash it's impossible anyone else in the universe might not have had that experience?

 

...is this what passes for logic around here now?

 

With the current state of Battlefield 4 is in. Yes. Without a doubt. The game is clearly broken, read the Battlelog forums. Doesn't matter if it's client/DirectX/Server issues. You WILL crash with Battlefield 4 at this point in time.

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Yeah all those happy people that like their game clearly go right on forums and tell everyone how wonderful things are.

 

By that logic everyone who bought a PS4 must be having overheating issues and having to return their console too.

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Yeah all those happy people that like their game clearly go right on forums and tell everyone how wonderful things are.

 

By that logic everyone who bought a PS4 must be having overheating issues and having to return their console too.

 

Say what you want, I have 5 other people here at work that cannot even start a game. Every server I'm in can last MAYBE 2 rounds before everyone is kicked off of it and all you see in chat/forums etc is people crashing/lagging/freezing.

 

No, that's a hardware manufacturing issue (ie: bad batches). This is a software issue due to bad programming affecting everyone to some various degree.

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http://bf4central.com/2013/11/ea-pushed-battlefield-4-quality-control/

 

Can't remember if this got posted before.

If that's true, developers have to be making a stand against EA's recklessness. DICE has a reputation as well and without someone blowing the whistle, consumers will more readily blame the maker. Hopefully EA starts to die from within due to it's policies.

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If that's true, developers have to be making a stand against EA's recklessness. DICE has a reputation as well and without someone blowing the whistle, consumers will more readily blame the maker. Hopefully EA starts to die from within due to it's policies.

Amen. Recently finished a game and thought it was OK. Then I read what was cut and now I want to punch the head of EA.

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