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Battlefield 4′s latest DLC, China Rising, released yesterday for Battlefield Premium members, but the launch hasn’t exactly gone smoothly.

PC players have reported being kicked from China Rising servers immediately after joining. EA reports that DICE has identified the issue, but it won’t be a quick fix. “This fix will take some time to be fully completed, but players should be noticing normal gameplay behavior soon,” the publisher wrote on its support page.

Also some Xbox 360 players have been unable to join any China Rising servers after installing the DLC. EA has said that DICE is currently investigating the issue.

Yesterday, DICE announced that it was delaying a planned PlayStation 4 patch for the game to allow time for “additional testing.”

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Battlefield 4 China Rising DLC Creates New Issues on Xbox 360 and PC

By Matthew Bennett | 12/4/2013 09:42 AM PT

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Battlefield 4′s latest DLC, China Rising, released yesterday for Battlefield Premium members, but the launch hasn’t exactly gone smoothly.

PC players have reported being kicked from China Rising servers immediately after joining. EA reports that DICE has identified the issue, but it won’t be a quick fix. “This fix will take some time to be fully completed, but players should be noticing normal gameplay behavior soon,” the publisher wrote on its support page.

Also some Xbox 360 players have been unable to join any China Rising servers after installing the DLC. EA has said that DICE is currently investigating the issue.

Yesterday, DICE announced that it was delaying a planned PlayStation 4 patch for the game to allow time for “additional testing.”

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About Matthew Bennett

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89