Electronic Arts’ keeps getting in trouble about their shooter Battlefield 4. Recently, the expansion pack China Rising was released and includes four maps from the Asian country. Reports now show that the game has been banned in China since its content endangers national security.
On several occasions, we’ve reported about the issues with EA’s game Battlefield 4. The players have been experiencing a lot of bugs and crashes, and the publisher has several lawsuits to deal with. Now, the Ministry of Culture in China has decided that the entire game is illegal. Game.China.com has posted a picture of the announcment from the ministry which translates into;
“Battlefield 4 is an illegal video game, with content that endangers national security. It is an aggressive attack on our nations culture. After the ban of Battlefield 4, we demand that all items related to the game such as downloads, raiders, patches and news are to be deleted.”
The Wall Street Journal says in a post that the banning of Battlefield 4 will not affect EA much since the game is not officially sold there. But the Chinese Ministry of Culture is not the only ones upset with the game;
I am too.