EA has pulled Battlefield 3: Aftershock from the App Store due to quality concerns. The firm said it is “committed to delivering mobile entertainment experiences on par with the content and quality users expect from EA gaming brands,” and it will be re-evaluating the app in response to consumer feedback received. No word on when folks can expect it to be released issue-free. Thanks, IGN.
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Battlefield 3: Aftershock
After an ill-fated launch swamped with negative reviews and player complaints which ultimately resulted in the game being removed from the App Store, it’s now been confirmed that Battlefield 3: Aftershock will not be returning.
A free iOS title called Battlefield 3: Aftershock has been released for iPhone and iPad by EA. It acts as “cross-promotional” release for Battlefield 3 and the feature film Act of Valor. It contains online multiplayer and three weapons, but is missing the previously promised single-player campaign and enemy wave mode. Watching a trailer for […]