The Battlefield 4 servers which were already rented will still be available for play, but admins may not be able to access all the management features at this time.
UPDATE 5/2: Players who rented servers on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 should now once again have full access to in-game administration tools to manage their server. Unfortunately, due to high demand, we are still experiencing issues where some 64 player rented servers can fail to start. While we investigate, we recommend that server administrators who are experiencing this issue set their servers to 50 players or less.
We would like to thank those early adopters of the Rent-a-Server Program for Battlefield 4 for their patience during the last few days as we worked on solving the ongoing issues. We plan to add additional days to all Xbox One and PlayStation 4 rented servers free of charge. These free days will be added as soon as possible – please check back here for updates.
For those players looking to rent their own server, unfortunately all servers available at launch were quickly snapped up, but we will be adding more servers for rent as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience.
UPDATE 4/30: Due to a high demand for the Rent-a-Server Program on PlayStation 4, we’ve noticed an issue with 64-player servers and removed the RSP option on this platform until players can properly access what they’ve paid for. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your patience as we continue to improve the RSP program.
UPDATE 4/29: We have identified rental time issues with the Rent-a-Server Program release on Xbox One and have temporarily removed the feature as we investigate. The servers which were already rented will still be available for play, but admins may not be able to access all the management features at this time.
As soon as a fix is in place we will announce its availability. If you rented any servers on Xbox One and are experiencing issues please contact EA Customer Support at http://help.ea.com.