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Law firm in U.S. investigating if EA deceived investors about ‘Battlefield 4’

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Electronic Arts could be facing yet another court battle, according to a report today from VG 24/7, as a U.S. law firm has begun investigating whether the publisher purposefully distorted information given to investors about the development and sales of Battlefield 4.

In a press release, the law firm of Holzer Holzer & Fistel will begin investigating EA on if the company deliberately misled investors or complied with federal securities laws in public statements about Battlefield 4 from July 24 to Dec. 4.

“Specifically, the investigation focuses on statements issued during that time regarding the development and sales of the (EA’s) Battlefield 4 video game and the game’s impact on EA’s revenue and projects moving forward,” the press release said.

The firm suggested that an investors who suffered losses after purchasing the EA common stock between the two dates listed above contact the attorneys via email or a told-free telephone number supplied in the release.

The news comes as Microsoft agreed to give disgruntled Battlefield 4: Premium users for the Xbox One a refund after myriad issues, including unstable servers and problems with the multiplayer.

You can read that full Examiner report here.

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