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Why would we buy Battlefield 2142?

Posted on Monday, September 04 2006 @ 02:53:04 CEST by


The developer’s support is very important to keep the game running, fixing bugs, and to prevent cheating. That’s why many online games are being patched all the time – sometimes the developer is making a mistake that can have a big negative influence over the game. For example, Client & Server stability issues that can lead to a crash. Usually, when a respected developer is making these kinds of mistakes, they release a fix in a timely manner of a few hours or a week. At least, that’s what usually happens when a respected developer (like Valve, for example) has a bug in one of their popular games..

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