Still having problems with Battlefield 4? Multiplatform patch arriving soonWritten by: / / 9 Comments
Since the launch of Battlefield 4 in October 2013, players across all platforms have been experiencing issues both great and small from progress loss to in-game glitches and odd behaviour, to online sessions terminating mid-match and the outright inability to connect to multiplayer games.
Also since then, developer DICE has wholly committed itself to fixing these problems, even going so far as to halt work on future Battlefield 4 downloadable content and slowing progress on upcoming projects like Mirror’s Edge 2 and Star Wars Battlefront – it’s been an ‘all hands on deck’ approach for the last couple months to address issues with EA’s premiere shooter franchise.
Posting on the official Battlefield blog, junior product manager Tommy Rydling has assured players that DICE’s commitment to Battlefield 4 is the studio’s number one priority right now, writing:
“While millions of players are enjoying Battlefield 4, we are aware that some players are experiencing issues with the game. While some platforms have had only minor problems, others have had more than their fair share of issues. Resolving these is our #1 priority.”
DICE has confirmed that a multiplatform patch for Battlefield 4 will arrive in January, but in the meantime you can keep track of the team’s progress in finding and squashing Battlefield 4′s many and varied issues over here, where DICE has already made impressive headway into improving the online experience across all platforms.
Which platform are you playing Battlefield 4 on and what are the main problems that you’re still seeing that you hope DICE addresses soon?