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I'm a french guy from Québec, Canada.

I'm addicted to Battlefield and can never get enough RPGs in my life.

I have the Xbox360 and PS4.

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Patience is a virtue and if you want to test your limits, EA and DICE is happy to oblige.



Everyone knows it, Battlefield 4 is still broken and it's a damn shame. The only thing we can do is wait for the devs to finally fix the game, but after almost 6 months of praying for a better tomorrow I sometimes ask myself if I should keep hope alive.

I'm one of those guys that will tell you that there's nothing quite like the Battlefield experience and I'm sure some of you know what I mean. I have a deep love and passion for this franchise and it breaks my heart to write this but like a lot of my friends I've reached a point where I might just give up. After 1300 hours on BF3 and almost 700 hours on BF4, maybe it's time to move on but I don't really want to.

BF4 on PS4 can provide some of the most intense crazy action I've ever seen in a video game. The chaos of 64 players can be overwhelming and I love it. It's sad to see a game with so much potential fighting against its players at every turn, the lag on the Conquest servers gives me headaches.

We stopped playing on certain maps because we can't stand playing in those conditions anymore. Since the unplayable Naval Strike dlc came out, we experience lag on almost every map instead of just the usual laggy trinity; Lancang Dam, Hainan Resort and Paracel Storm. Our last hope is the server upgrade that EA promised at the beginning of the month.

Battlefield, I hope you heal your wounds before you bleed out. Your time is running out and we don't want to lose you.



Fix this game DICE, I'm giving up on you. Please stop making my friends and I cry, we are tired of complaining about what should be one of the best games on the market.