EA Says It Is Aware Of Server Issues For Bad Company

Posted: Jun 30 2008, 6:54am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:09am CDT, in News | Gaming

 
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EA has said that it is aware of some Xbox 360 users having server issues with the new Battlefield: Bad company video game. By most accounts the game is one of the best multiplayer shooters around and while a fix is promised for now all EA can offer is advice.

EA says that gamers should turn off their console for 20 minutes before trying to play Bad Company online. Sounds like an odd fix and there seems to be no indication at this time as to what exactly is causing the issue for players.

The game only went on sale over the weekend. EA wrote on the game website, “We are aware that some Xbox 360 players are having issues connecting to the Bad Company servers. We've been monitoring stats non-stop and are working with several partners to locate any possible flashpoints and eradicate any hostiles we encounter."

Via Eurogamer

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