DICE says fixing Battlefield 4 is the top priority

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by William Schwartz

Despite launching multiple packs of downloadable content in the midst of the bug riddled launch of Battlefield 4, DICE vows that their top priority is now fixing Battlefield 4.

The developer says that all projects are currently being put on hold, and that they will not rest until the game is fixed.

“We’re not moving on to future projects or expansions until we sort out all the issues with Battlefield 4,” a prepared statement from EA said. “We will not rest until this is fixed,” the statement continues.

Battlefield 4 is broken across numerous platforms at this point. The PC version of the game has been broken since launch. The Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions are barely playable in their online components.

An update was slated to be released for the PlayStation 4 earlier this week, but was cancelled by DICE for more testing. As a token of goodwill towards fans, DICE has been giving Battlefield 4 players double XP for a few days now.

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