EA has found themselves entangled in a class action lawsuit over Battlefield 4’s continued problems. Players on current gen consoles have been victims of game crashes and save file corruption, in addition to other online-based errors.
This is the second Battlefield 4 suit brought by Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd. Earlier, they questioned the company’s earning reports with regards to investors. Now claiming EA has made, “false statements” regarding the shooter, the firm is moving forward with a class action suit. The general accusatory claim is based on EA rushing their military shooter to stores knowingly buggy in order to keep their stock numbers to expectation.
The suit applies to EA stockholders, not the general game population.