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DICE allows Windows version Battlefield 4: Naval Strike indefinitely
Battlefield 4: Naval Strike for Windows has been postponed indefinitely after “a problem has been detected.” Because quality according to the Swedish developer DICE his “first priority” is the third DLC pack for the game not released until all problems are solved.
The developer comes up with the news on the official Battlefield 4 forum. As of March 25 players with a Premium Membership of the game’s latest DLC games on the Xbox 360 and One, and PlayStation 3, and 4 can. That the developer takes this quality standpoint, is striking. At the time of the release of Battlefield 4, the game was plagued by bugs and now, five months after its release, players still complain about technical issues in the game.
Battlefield 4: Naval Strike includes four new maps and the Titan game mode from Battlefield 2142 makes a re-entry under the name Carrier Assault. This time it is field and naval battles that take place on and around a number of islands. For each control point is a missile installation, which can be used to damage that it can be used by infantry, after which the ship can be. Also be switched off from the inside of the carrier penetrated the enemy team deployed in such a way Two weeks after the Naval Strike is available for premium members, the DLC will be available for purchase separately. A Premium membership costs 49.99 euro with Origin and the dlc will probably loose costs 14.99 euros.Viewing:-198
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