Console Battlefield 4 players patiently waiting for the highly anticipated release of the new Battlefield 4 server rental service to launch, will be pleased to know that from today console users can now set both Private and public battlefield 4 servers, thanks to the Rent-a-Server Program.
However DICE has discovered a rental time issue with the Rent-a-Server Program release on Microsoft’s Xbox One console and have temporarily removed the feature as they investigate the cause of the issue. Which will hopefully be sorted sooner rather than later.
The new Battlefield 4 Rent-a-Server Program allows console players to control different options from player count to map rotation and customise the server to your needs. PC Battlefield 4 gamers have had the ability to set-up public and private game servers for some time.
DICE has also today rolled out a fix for the issue being referred to as “Death Shield,” where an invisible “shield” would appear around killed enemies, blocking weapons fire. For more information on the new console Battlefield 4 Rent-a-Server Program jump over to the Battlefield Blog website for details.
“How to Rent a Battlefield 4 Server : Start up Battlefield 4, go to the Multiplayer menu and select “My Rented Servers”. Here you’ll be able to rent a new server and manage the ones you’ve already rented. After choosing server location and duration of the rental, the purchase is complete. You can find your server under MULTIPLAYER / MY SERVERS. After this, server settings like game modes, map rotation, and much more can be altered.
You can rent a Battlefield 4 server on console for a number of different days. The price for renting a server is as follows: 1 day ($1.49), 7 days ($6.99), 30 days ($24.99), 90 days ($59.99)”
Source: DICEFiled Under: Gaming News, Playstation, Technology News, Top News, Xbox