TheR00Man wrote: »
Wow, 4 months since this was first reported, and BANG, back where we started. Playing X8 server, and crash, right in the middle of the match. So what's happened to the updates from Braddock? Oh wait, BFV is about to be launched. So eff the BF1 guys. Forget Oceana, we aren't worth bumkus to you guys at EA. A significant lack of respect for customers is the key issue really. Just plain bloody rude!!!!!!!
sabootheshaman wrote: »
@Braddock512 I think the community deserves some sort of update now. Telling us you're close, that EA has learnt from this and that communication will be better has turned out to be a false statement. Looks like it might be time to push this back out to the relevant media outlets again like Kotaku and Pretty Good Gaming.
emu1981 wrote: »
I am curious to know what happened to the compensation package which Braddock mentioned nearly 3 weeks ago now. Surely things should be resolved enough regarding the Oceania issue to have been finalised by now.
Braddock512 wrote: »
You've had your time of being abusive and now that time is over. If you can't follow the rules, you won't be able to post - full stop.
We're here to take feedback and, at times, be the sounding board for your frustration. At no point are we here to take abuse, insults, or harassment.
Everyone else in the Australian region affected by the issue of being kicked from servers that started on April 1 to May 8th (and we have posted that the primary issue this thread started about was confirmed by our teams and partners to be resolved on May 8th. You'll have to look a few pages back) :
We've locked the plan to provide a thanks to those that have stayed with us during the connectivity issues affecting our PC Australian servers for Battlefield 1 from April 1 to May 8th. I'm working with our teams to roll out the "thank you" as soon as possible, potentially by the end of next week. (We'll have an announcement on the roll-out date next week.)
This will include a "thanks" to our RSP Admins who have had servers during this period.
As mentioned in other threads, we did keep discussing with the community the status of the issue with regular updates until we had deemed the issue resolved.
When we got the all-clear from the teams, I posted in this thread.
Once I have confirmed the rollout date of the "thank you" and posted the details, this thread will be closed.
Any further issues should be addressed by submitting bug or technical issues on Answers HQ (the link is the Bugs or Technical sections in the Battlefield 1 forum section list).
RE: EoR disconnections - I have not received an update and will be chasing that down. It has been reported to DICE via our Weekly Reports and I'll find out more details as soon as possible.
sabootheshaman wrote: »
Overall i think the Aus BF community have been pretty patient and have slogged this out for quite some time including having the thread effectively trolled by people from regions not effected by the issue without a lot of support from yourself or moderators.
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