A law firm that appears to specialize in suing publicly traded companies suffering publicly embarassing problems has turned its attention to Electronic Arts, specifically over Battlefield 4.
The "investigation" that Atlanta firm Holzer Holzer & Fistel has begun concerns whether EA "complied with federal securities laws" when the company was making statements about Battlefield 4 during its development and after its release. It's not a lawsuit, but sure sounds like the threat of one. It could also be PR for a firm dedicated to this kind of work.
Battlefield 4 has had several problems since its launch, of course, from laggy netcode plaguing online play to repeated crashes on all platforms. Several patches have been pushed out, with many more fixes and solutions in the works, but the bug-swatting operation is large and conspicuous enough that Electronic Arts said it would not build any new expansions or DLC for Battlefield 4 until it solved these problems.