BF2 patch delayed by "office politics"

Written by Joe Martin

August 10, 2009 | 12:19

Tags: #battlefield #bf2 #patch

Companies: #dice #ea #electronic-arts

An associate producer at Battlefield developer DICE has commented that the next patch for the still-popular multiplayer FPS Battlefield 2 is being delayed by "office politics".

The comments were made on the official Electronic Arts forums (via Kotaku), though it doesn't go into details.

"We have a little bit of office politics to sort out," he said regarding the upcoming final version of the v1.50 patch for Battlefield 2.

"Once that's cleared up, we'll be good to release it," he continued. "Unfortunately I can't tell you what the office politics decision is about but it is worth the slight extra delay."

Details on what might be included in the patch were hazy at best, but the comments do refer to a planned closed beta for the patch, though no public beta. Whatever it is, it seems like it may bring some fairly big changes to the game.

We don't have any other information on the patch or the goings-ons at DICE right now, but if you have any thoughts on the matter then let us know in the forums. You can also get more information on the latest Battlefield game, Battlefield 1943 in our official review.
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