Today the Battlefield 4 expansion Naval Strike will make its debut on multiple platforms. However, the PC won't be one of those platforms. DICE has decided to delay the new content for PC due to an unknown bug.
Battlefield 4's third expansion pack Naval Strike is set to debut this week on all platforms. Lead gameplay designer Gustav Halling has revealed some critical intel about the DLC's four maps to prepare players.
Quality has become a staple of DICE's pedigree. However, lately, the games have been releasing in shorter windows and in buggier states. Why is that? Innovation, of course.
So you just dropped $400 on a brand new console. You just dropped $60 on a brand new game. You just dropped $40 extra on Premium content (a 100KB download by the way). You boot up the game. You play the game. You pause the game. BAM! You just got hit with an in-game ad. Seriously?
Battlefield 4's next expansion Naval Strike will introduce a Carrier Assault mode. This weekend DICE explained the mode, which they characterize as an "homage" to Battlefield 2142's Titan mode.
DICE has shared a few more screenshots from Battlefield 4: Naval Strike this afternoon. The images show off various scenes from the water combat-themed expansion coming in late March.
Battlefield 4's third expansion pack Naval Strike will bring a little Battlefield 2142 flavor into the game. Its new Carrier Assault game type is a remake of the Titan mode from BF 2142.
It's been a long time in the making, but it's finally here. The first iteration of Mantle is now available to the general public and the promise of console-style GPU optimizations for PC is now upon us.
Starting today Battlefield 4 players can start collecting freebies. This is the first day of Player Appreciation Month for the multiplayer shooter.
DICE made another "excuse our mess" blog post about Battlefield 4 today. They've promised once again to stabilize the shooter. In the meantime, they've got a month's worth of goodies to throw your way.
DICE is still knee-deep in bug territory when it comes to Battlefield 4. The game has been pelted in the media lately (mostly by gamers) for having lots of game-breaking bugs. Well, those bugs finally caught up with DICE and not just in the legal department, but with Mantle's API support as well.
EA executives cashed out a total of $13.2 million in stock ahead of the release of Battlefield 4, using the game's hype and marketing momentum from artificially inflated stock prices to make a quick buck before the buggy release of the game came crashing down around their ears.
The mudslinging is starting and you can expect a lot of fireworks to spawn from this scenario. By now everyone knows that Battlefield 4 is quite broken, and one of the former team members of DICE has come to the aid of the highly praised developers to note that it wasn't DICE's fault that Battlefield 4 shipped broken.
Battlefield 4 developer DICE has turned its complete attention toward squashing the game's bugs. The studio is putting development of future DLC on hold until they can stabilize the troubled shooter.
Tomorrow DICE is turning off the "Golden Gun" cheat for Battlefield 4 on PS4 and PC. Once the latest patch is applied, players will no longer experience a bug that was causing mysterious one-hit kills.