EA has once again banned a user from playing Dragon Age II in an almost identical way to only a few weeks ago.
The user tez20 posted in the EA forums that he can no longer play Dragon Age II or its DLC. While this could be a legitimate banning last time EA did have to apologise for their “mistake”. The exact post from tez20 in the forum was:
“Hey guys, funny story here which mirrors another story that was present on these boards a few weeks ag but this one is actualy worse.
My EA account has been permanently banned (tez19) and therefore like the other guy cannot access my DA2 game or DLC.
Just would like to throw this out there for people to talk about.
Unlike the poster before me i did not call EA the devil or insult EA or Bioware in any way. In fact I did insult other people who were insulting members of Bioware (The guy [Towering Fury] for wishing death on David Gaider and another poster who was typing racial remarks towards Stanley Woo).
I am very disappointed as anybody would be that My games and DLC have been disabled and my EA account has been permanently banned. I guess people who said you shouldn’t register your games to your account were correct.
Unfortunately it seems EA has lost another customer.”
Now is it good that EA can ban players from offline games as well as online games? To stop hacking online surely it’s okay but in an offline game where other players can’t be affected is it right that they can stop him playing content he owns? Comment your opinion below.EA Again Bans A Player From Dragon Age II,