Battlefield 4 issues haven't hurt the series says EA
EA has insisted that the technical issues that have blighted Battlefield 4 have not hurt the series.
Speaking at the annual Morgan Stanley Technology, Media and Telecom conference EA CFO Black Jorgensen explained that the series has not been hurt by the issues that Battlefield 4 players have bee suffering since the game launched at the end of October.
Jorgensen sadded, "We've also 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. I don't see that there's a damage issue. I think for us it's making sure that we're providing great gameplay for the consumer and we'll continue to do that."
The next entry in the series is due out in 2015 and in the meantime EA DICE will be continuing on with their programme of premium DLC for those that have soldiered on through the issues with Battlefield 4.
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