US-based law firm investigating EA over Battlefield 4

By Russ Boswell
Dec 12, 2013
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  1. I bought Bf4 a month ago and it was glitchy as hell and I had to play on lowest setting , but after their latest patch I run it like a dream also a 64x OS is recommended as a 32x windows doesn't allocate enough ram for BF4 and there for u are fixed to the lowest settings and you will still lag like ****. I found that out because my friend had a 32x OS and the Campaign plays fine but multiplayer. . . not so much. Still BF4 is a great game even though it was rushed,, DICE also added a bug tracer and they are trying to improve the game as much as possible, I also saw before my friend upgraded to a 64x OS he had a LOT of problems, (example: severe lag spikes, random game crashes) then he upgraded and game worked perfectly!
  2. Bugs are almost non-existent due to all the patches and updates, and each map is diverse and dynamic in its own way. From collapsing dams,levees and falling skyscrapers, to warships crashing into islands and on to massive explosions that open up underground tunnels. As to destructibility almost everything can be blown to pieces :)
  3. gingerbill

    gingerbill TechSpot Enthusiast Posts: 166   +12

    This article sounds like a load of old drama for nothing. I think the law firm is just getting cheap publicity on a slow news day for techspot. I've had some fun on BF4 on the PS4 , looks lovely.


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