EA COO Denies Battlefield 4 Issues


Over the weekend we posted an article about Battlefield 4 on the PlayStation 4 suffering from an error after launch that often led to corrupted files and the deletion of data.

It’s a problem that is still plaguing users, causing them to be restless and start to believe that EA may have shipped a broken game for the PS4. And while there is amply evidence to prove such a theory, some at EA just don’t seem to think there is a problem at all. Mainly, the company’s Cheif Operating Officer.

EA COO Peter Moore, in response to a tweet by user @Definity_DJJ stating that the company shipped a broken game, vehemently denied that any such issues existed with the game. He used “what the servers” were saying to back up his claim.

Whether Moore wants to admit it or not, there have been a plethora of issues regarding Battlefield 4 on the PlayStation 4. There’s a reason why we haven’t even been able to even come close to completing our review of the game; it’s because of the fact that we can only play so long before it crashes, and we are forced to start the game all over again due to data corruption.

So tell us, Gamesiders. Have you had issues playing Battlefield 4 on the PS4? Let us know in the comment section below.


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