Bad news unfortunately for the players of the latest incarnation Shooter of Electronic Arts, Battlefield V. Chapter I "Prelude" of Winds of War, in fact, would have to go out today but as stated by Electronic Arts on his official Twitter account, the update will be postponed due to some problems detected by the developers.
The team has discovered an issue with the #Battlefield Chapter 1: Overture update. We are holding the update for the time being. We do not anticipate long delay and we'll be back with more news tomorrow or as soon as we have it. pic.twitter.com/bc6xlWPc8e
At the moment it is still unclear whether it will be hours or even days before the actual launch of this first update: we just have to wait for further updates about it, trusting in an imminent release on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Recall that the content will be downloadable for free from all the players.
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