Battlefield 4 hasn’t had the smoothest of launches, with DICE halting all work on DLC until the main game was patched, then Premium members demanding refunds for not getting the promised content. Now it looks like the Battefield 4 saga will extend to the boardroom as law firm Holzer Holzer & Fistel LLC has begun an investigation into the publisher’s dealings.
The firm is looking into claims made by EA over the investment potential of Battlefield 4 and whether the company is in breach US federal securities laws. Those who purchased stock between July 24th 2013 and December 4th 2013 then suffered losses have been encouraged to contact the law firm over the issue.
I’ve contacted Holzer Holzer & Fistel regarding the investigation, so hopefully we’ll learn more soon.
Source: Business Wire