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THE BUZZ: EA and DICE announced they are working round-the-clock in order to improve the stability of the Battlefield 3 servers, and fix any issues that fans have been having since the game launched. Many fans have encountered disconnection issues, black screens and severe lag, just to name a few problems.

“Server stability was solid in the first weekend, delivering EA’s highest-ever usage rates,” said the publisher. “While some players experienced intermittent disruption of online services due to high volume, internal estimates show that servers and service uptime stabilized to roughly 98.9% throughout the weekend, ensuring that players were connected and enjoying the game.”

“With a commitment to support the game as a software service, EA is listening to consumer feedback and is making daily updates and improvements to ensure an optimal online experience for all,” they added.

EGM’s TAKE: At least EA and DICE are both working hard to rectify the problems that have occurred at launch. Fans just need to keep the faith.

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EA and DICE Making Daily Improvements to Battlefield 3

EA and DICE announced they are working round-the-clock in order to improve the stability of the Battlefield 3 servers, and fix any issues that fans have been having since the game launched. Many fans have encountered disconnection issues, black screens and severe lag, just to name a few problems.

By Matthew Bennett | 11/1/2011 07:54 AM PT

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THE BUZZ: EA and DICE announced they are working round-the-clock in order to improve the stability of the Battlefield 3 servers, and fix any issues that fans have been having since the game launched. Many fans have encountered disconnection issues, black screens and severe lag, just to name a few problems.

“Server stability was solid in the first weekend, delivering EA’s highest-ever usage rates,” said the publisher. “While some players experienced intermittent disruption of online services due to high volume, internal estimates show that servers and service uptime stabilized to roughly 98.9% throughout the weekend, ensuring that players were connected and enjoying the game.”

“With a commitment to support the game as a software service, EA is listening to consumer feedback and is making daily updates and improvements to ensure an optimal online experience for all,” they added.

EGM’s TAKE: At least EA and DICE are both working hard to rectify the problems that have occurred at launch. Fans just need to keep the faith.

What issues need addressing? Leave your comments below.

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About Matthew Bennett

view all posts

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