Premium members of “Battlefield 4” on the Xbox One are apparently getting refunds from Microsoft. According to a report from Pixel Enemy on Dec. 11, the console manufacturer is returning money back to costumers who complained about numerous issues that were caused by downloading and installing the add-on expansion.
Several players are suffering from connection issues due to the contents offered from the premium membership of “Battlefield 4.” The add-on gives members first access to all five maps packs in addition to providing exclusive in-game contents and events such as double XP.
A few individuals reported that they were able to get a refund after chatting with a representative from Microsoft. Although their licenses for the premium memberships were supposed to be revoked as well, it appears that they could still take advantage of the exclusive features.
The problems of “Battlefield 4” aren't only limited to the Xbox One. The PS4 version is still plagued by crashing issues and connection errors. The PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 iterations have also been hit by glitches.
Digital Illusions Creative Entertainment previously stated that the development team has put their future projects in the back burner as they try to address all the issues from “Battlefield 4.” As a result, the upcoming expansion map packs for the multiplayer-focused first-person shooter appears to be delayed indefinitely.
You can take a look at some screens from the new first-person shooter in the slideshow to the left of this article.