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Battlefield 4 banned in China over "national security" reasons

LOLWOT: China bans Battlefield 4 citing "national security" concerns (NASDAQ:EA)

| Business, Financial & Legal News | Posted: Dec 28, 2013 1:33 am

EA is already battling class action lawsuits over Battlefield 4, but now the first-person shooter has been banned in China, with the Chinese government citing "national security" concerns.

 

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EA has declined to comment on the ban when The Wall Street Journal tried to make contact. The problem with Battlefield 4 is that the single player campaign involves China in the year 2020, with the Chinese admiral planning to overthrow the government. Then we have Battlefield 4: China Rising, which is a DLC for the first-person shooter, featuring maps, vehicles and a new gametype, all set on the Chinese mainland.

NEWS SOURCES:Joystiq.com

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