Australian ISP iiNet has today announced its preparations for battle, Battlefield 4 that is. When a new, and quite potentially popular new online game is about to hit the market, the trepidation for players, developers and publishers alike is whether the infrastructure will stand the day one pressure. iiNet is doing its best to cover Australians as best they can.
One of the first places outside of North America (that is, where Football is really appreciated) you can pick up FIFA 14 will be Sydney Australia.
Yes it is yet another Need For Speed game, easily written off as a grab for quick cash by publisher Electronic Arts. However, this newest iteration of a franchise that has a couple of decades history behind it, looks like it will have some grunt under its virtual bonnet.
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