While gamers are caught in a tussle over choosing the king between Call of Duty: Ghosts and Battlefield 4, here is what we know about the online gaming issues plaguing both of them. In terms of interface and actions, Call of Duty has always been a winner. However, when it comes to Battlefield 4, players have been miffed with the difficulties that crop up during online play.

When Patrick Soderlund, EA’s executive VP was questioned, he was prompt to admit that the gaming community has been complaining all too often. While he also admitted that a team had been deployed to tackle the same, we recall his confidence during the launch of the game.

To tickle your memories, here is an excerpt of what the VP said about the launch, “Based on our pre-launch testing and beta performance, we were confident the game was ready when it was launched.”

We do comprehend that Battlefield 4 is designed on complicated lines and that it delivers 60 frames each second of game play. However, no matter how well adaptable or connected it is to tabs or consoles, there can be no excuse for issues!

Coming back to Call of Duty: Ghosts, we did hear buzz about only play issues. However, this was only on a limited scale. With the dedicated Ghosts webpage allied to online play statuses for each mode of play, we could not expect any less. In fact, the site does claim that all services online were operational—without a hitch.