You’ve purchased your copy of Battlefield 4 and you’re ready to go. You may even have been a Call of Duty loyalist deciding to divert from the norm and check out what DICE has been doing. You did just that, popped your spanking new copy into your console or PC, only to find out that it’s an utter mess.
Nothing works right, you can’t get into games and when you do, you’re booted during play — mostly when you’re completely kicking butt. Let’s face it, the game is unplayable, and if that’s how DICE and EA are hoping to take Call of Duty’s throne, they’re in for an unpleasant surprise.
Seriously, you can’t release a game so broken. It should be illegal to do this. I mean, after purchasing a game, I expect to play it, not wait for developers to patch it and then hope it works. This is what happens when you’re chasing another product in a careless effort to beat it to market.
So yeah, Battlefield 4 is pretty rubbish right now, so we’re hoping the upcoming patch fixes it (facepalm). In the meantime stay away from this dicey game. It’s not a title you’ll be even able to play, far less enjoy.