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EA Resets Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Servers

EA Resets Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Servers

The Xbox 360 version of 2010’s fastest selling release has already been hit by some server problems caused by too much demand. EA have had to start systematically reseting servers to ensure that players can actually enjoy the multi-player experience free from trouble.

First the announcement was made on Twitter that said:

“EA server maintenance which is affecting the Xbox 360 BFBC2 is taking longer than expected. We’ll have the servers back as soon as possible.”

This was followed by a blog post on the official Battlefield: Bad Company 2 forums:

“-X360 was severely impacted, and the service is being restarted. It should be back online and we are monitoring closely.

– PC had an outage, but the service is offline currently and the service is being restarted. It should be back online and we are monitoring closely. We will then start checking the quality of the customer experience to determine possible next steps.

– PS3 appeared to have a brief outage, but has quickly recovered and the services is functioning properly at this time.

All teams are actively engaged in diagnosis and remediation. We are adding additional services to alleviate load.

Despite having a major infrastructure in place, the peak traffic this weekend has been huge, 400% higher than any other Battlefield’s peak simultaneous users. The teams will continue to monitor the services closely. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience and will provide further updates on the latest developments as they are relevant.”

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