The launch of Battlefield 4 has been rocky to say the very least. A multitude of problems across all platforms has had DICE putting out fires left and right, and many fans of the series have voiced their utter disgust with the launch of a game that has been broken. As severe as the problems may have been, EA believes that there has been no damage done to Battlefield as a brand.
Investors are understandably concerned with backlash regarding on of EA’s biggest franchises. At a recent investor conference, EA’s Blake Jorgensen explained the bumbled Battlefield 4 launch.
“I don’t see that there’s a damage issue,” said Jorgensen. “We’ve tried to provide extra content to the consumers to make sure they keep coming back and playing the game and we’re finding that it’s working very well.”
We’re not sure that all Battlefield 4 players share Jorgensen’s thoughts on the matter. What say you? Did the rocky launch of Battlefield 4 damage the brand in your eyes? Will you be a day one buyer for the next Battlefield game? Did the problems put you off of purchasing Battlefield Premium? Let us know in the comments, below.