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EA Under Investigation For Releasing Buggy Battlefield 4

Posted on Thursday, December 12 @ 09:20:17 Eastern by Keri_Honea


EA is currently under investigation for statements regarding development and sales of Battlefield 4. Holzer, Holzer & Fistel, LLC is looking into whether EA complied with federal securities laws between July 24th and December 4th, specifically looking at EA's statements about Battlefield 4 and how it will impact the company's revenue and future projects.

Investors who purchased EA stock between those dates and suffered losses are encouraged to contact the investigating firm.

This appears to be related to how buggy Battlefield 4 has been upon release, which forced EA and DICE to stop all future expansions until all of the bugs are fixed. If stockholders invested in the company believing they would score a profit upon BF4 DLC, it's very possible EA will be in very hot water for having to pull the plug. Not to mention, if EA did tell investors that development for the game was going swimmingly and it would release perfect, well, the whole Sim City debacle may be the brightest point of their year.

[Business Wire]
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