EA And DICE Announce Paid Steve Fisher Skin Before Battlefield V Dies Further Angering Fans

Battlefield V has yet another trailer that has been ratioed into the ground. Given that fans want more World War 2 stuff before Battlefield V officially dies in June, it would seem like EA and DICE would deliver on that. Nevertheless, the publisher and developer released a new trailer showing the paid “Steve Fisher” skin, marking yet another lambasted Battlefield V trailer. Continue reading “EA And DICE Announce Paid Steve Fisher Skin Before Battlefield V Dies Further Angering Fans”

Battlefield V Goes Broke Again, Development On Game Ending After June

EA and DICE’s Battlefield V has gone broke again. Between the coronavirus forcing devs to work from home, the woke history revision, and devs condemning critics by telling them “if you don’t like it, then don’t buy it” all came together for another “get woke, go broke” moment. With that said, after June 2020, Battlefield V will no longer see development support from EA or DICE — killing the promise of future live-service support. Continue reading “Battlefield V Goes Broke Again, Development On Game Ending After June”

EA And DICE Further “The Tech Isn’t There” Battlefield V Debacle With More Woes

Well, it looks like EA and Dice created a new meme: “The tech isn’t there.” Thanks to diversity hires and social justice warriors flooding the games industry, we now have janky propaganda products like Battlefield V that get worse by the day. This time, however, more development woes have surfaced during DICE’s coronavirus work at home cycle. Continue reading “EA And DICE Further “The Tech Isn’t There” Battlefield V Debacle With More Woes”

Battlefield V Doesn’t Have The Tech To Support Double XP, Says DICE

EA and DICE know how to top themselves each time they surface in the news. This time, a DICE community manager claims that the team doesn’t have the tech or know-how to add in “double XP” into Battlefield V even though past Battlefield games running on the same game engine have featured it in the past. Continue reading “Battlefield V Doesn’t Have The Tech To Support Double XP, Says DICE”

Battlefield V Multiplayer Producer Announces Departure From DICE

Most of Electronic Arts veterans or well-known devs are leaving, and that includes the multiplayer producer over Battlefield V, David Sirland. Credited with saving Battlefield 4 with DICE LA and doing other things like participating in the Community Map Project, Sirland is gearing up to leave DICE and will later offer his thoughts on what he would have changed with Battlefield V. Continue reading “Battlefield V Multiplayer Producer Announces Departure From DICE”

Linux Users Get Perma-Banned From Playing Battlefield V Online

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Linux gamers using the Lutris distribution are reporting that they’re being permanently banned from Battlefield V. The bans are apparently coming from EA’s anti-cheat software, known as FairFight. The software picks up the Lutris software as a third-party hacking tool and proceeds to ban the user. Continue reading “Linux Users Get Perma-Banned From Playing Battlefield V Online”

Motive General Manager Says EA Now Feels Like a Different Company Focusing On Quality Games

Motive’s new studio general manager, Patrick Klaus, believes that Electronic Arts (best known as EA) is a different company that is striving to bring quality titles to the games industry, contrary to what people think of the company and its past mistakes. Continue reading “Motive General Manager Says EA Now Feels Like a Different Company Focusing On Quality Games”

Battlefield V Pacific Trailer Removes All Screeching Feminist For White And Japanese Males

By no means does this entail that EA and DICE’s Battlefield V is a good game, but it does show that red-headed female frontline screeching soldiers that would fit perfectly into Fortnite do not bode well with the Battlefield community. Given that this marketing campaign focuses on the Pacific front with soldiers that seem plausible to the scenario, the like and dislike ratio pales in comparison to the FPS game’s reveal trailer. Continue reading “Battlefield V Pacific Trailer Removes All Screeching Feminist For White And Japanese Males”

Battlefield V Has Sunk So Low That Cheaters Are Running Rampant On PC

The term triple-A means nothing now in the games space. Paying $59.99 or higher for a game does not guarantee a quality product. As it stands now, Electronic Arts and DICE had and still have a problem on their hands regarding the controversial Battlefield V title which is cheaters on PC. Continue reading “Battlefield V Has Sunk So Low That Cheaters Are Running Rampant On PC”

Battlefield V London Servers Were Disabled To Decrease Matchmaking Times But It Caused Major Problems For Users

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Some gamers have been having connection troubles with Battlefield V’s online multiplayer component. Specifically, gamers who have been playing on the U.K., servers have noticed an increase in ping and a difficulty in connecting to games. This has created a rather unpleasant playing experience for gamers in the U.K., and the reason for that is because the servers in London, England, and in Ohio in the U.S., were disabled. Continue reading “Battlefield V London Servers Were Disabled To Decrease Matchmaking Times But It Caused Major Problems For Users”

Electronic Arts To Forgo E3 2019 Press Conference, While Battlefield V Firestorm Leaks

According to a new piece posted up on Electronic Arts’ news section, big papa EA will not hold a press conference at EA Play, which is set to kick-off at the Hollywood Palladium on June 7th, 2019. Additionally, the battle royale mode that did not appear at Battlefield V’s launch has been leaked ahead of its official reveal in a new video. Continue reading “Electronic Arts To Forgo E3 2019 Press Conference, While Battlefield V Firestorm Leaks”

Electronic Arts Admits Battlefield V Flopped And Did Not Meet Q3 Sales Expectations

It has been confirmed by Electronic Arts during the company’s Q3 financial report that DICE’s 2018 FPS game, Battlefield V, did not meet Q3 sales expectations. This information forced EA’s CEO, Andrew Wilson, to say “we did not perform to our expectations.” Continue reading “Electronic Arts Admits Battlefield V Flopped And Did Not Meet Q3 Sales Expectations”

Battlefield V Microtransactions Won’t Go Live Until CC And Retroactive Problems Are Resolved

Electronic Arts and DICE took the heat, rightfully so, back in 2017 when they released Star Wars: Battlefront 2 when the whole microtransaction loot-box debacle toppled-over. It seems now the pair are trying to avoid fatal Battlefield V controversy by “fixing” current and older problems before adding in the much frowned upon live-service system known as microtransactions. Continue reading “Battlefield V Microtransactions Won’t Go Live Until CC And Retroactive Problems Are Resolved”

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