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Thursday, 06 June 2013 07:27

Battlefield 1943 servers return to operation

Written by David Stellmack

Network issues kept the game down for a month

Battlefield 1943 is finally playable again online after network errors that reportedly lasted more than a month had kept the game from being playable. Reports say that players were not able to log in to play multiplayer matches.

The problems apparently had both the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of the game down. DICE was able to finally get everything sorted out and the game is once again playable. As for the cause, we don’t know; but we suspect that it might have something to do with the DOS attacks that DICE was experiencing in May. Of course, other than saying that a network attack of some sort was causing the issue, EA has not provided details of the specific issues surrounding the outage.

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