Microsoft’s original Xbox One gets a price-cut from Loot.
Found in the new Battlefield 4 map, Dragon Valley, you’ll find the most ridiculous easter egg yet.
DICE may be working on Battlefield 5, but that hasn’t stopped them from making Battlefield 4 a more interesting game.
We’re talking 30 pages of changes.
A lot happened has happened this weekend. Here are the highlights.
After the disaster that was Battlefield 4, Visceral and EA Games have taken the liberty of creating a new “working” version of Battlefield
Disclaimer: It involves the Origin online store
Visceral has promised that Hardline’s new game modes and gameplay will differentiate it from Battlefield 4
EA is using feedback from Hardline’s beta to ensure the game does not go the same way as Battlefield 4 after launch
According to EA, it won’t be pushing out a new Battlefield game every year
Rejoice Battlefield fans, more fixes to make your war-time experience a bit better
Do you want to hand over more money to EA for Battlefield 4? You are in luck
Deep in the EA servers, code alluding to a new Battlefield game has been found
Dice has asked “passionate fans” of Battlefield 4 to assist in making the game better
DICE has has deployed “high performance” servers to deal with rubber-banding issues
Hide behind a wounded soldiers and an invisible “death shield” will protect you from tank shells
DICE has announced a silent update that will hopefully improve your BF4 experience
DICE – are you even trying?
DICE blames server problems for persistent “rubber-banding” woes in Battlefield 4
After delays to “fix issues”, DICE finally releases the expansion