Members of the Battlefield 4 community have banded together to protest against developer DICE this week. The collective plan to shut down their servers on Saturday, January 3, 2015.
They hope the protest will force DICE into making changes in how the developer communicates with server admins. The leaders of this small movement revealed what they think are serious problems within the game and what they would like to see changed.
Their own words below:
What do we hope to achieve with this strike:
Take this as a caution, Saturday will probably not be the best time to play Battlefield 4.
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