EA are rolling out a new rent-a-server program for console versions of Battlefield 4, according to their official Battlefield Blog, enabling users to set up private and public Battlefield 4 servers. Full details, prices and listings below.
EA are also informing players of today’s server update, where they are deploying a fix for the issue being referred to as “Death Shield,” where an invisible “shield” would appear around killed enemies, blocking weapons fire.
How to Rent a 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.
Rental Periods and Prices
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)
Server Amount Will Increase
Please note that this is a soft launch of the Rent-A-Server program. This means that we initially will have a limited amount of servers. We will however increase the numbers gradually when we see that everything is running as intended.