Battlefield video games face another battle

Electronic Arts faces another class action lawsuit

Another class-action lawsuit has been brought against Electronic Arts, Inc. in connection with the game Battlefield 4 for allegedly misleading investors over the conditions of the game. Nationally-recognized Law firm Lieff, Cabraser, Heimann and Bernstein joins other firms in filing class action lawsuits against the game maker Electronic Arts whose Battlefield 4 game which is said to be riddled with problems since its release last year. The game was designed for Sony’s PlayStation 4 video game console.

Specifically, the complaint alleges that defendants’ product was “plagued” with glitches and other problems including connectivity issues, server limitations, lost data and repeated sudden crashes. The suit also alleged that as a result of these problems, Electronic Arts would not achieve a “successful 2013 holiday season rollout of Battlefield 4.”  The litigation also alleges performance of the Electronic Arts unit publishing Battlefield 4 was so deficient that all its other projects had to be put on hold so that it could focus on fixing the problems with Battlefield 4.

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