Battlefield 4 will receive yet another patch sometime within the final days of January/the beginning of February, along with some balance tweaks as voted upon by Battlelog users.
Battlefield 4 was released back in October 2013; to the dismay of fans, the promising FPS has been rife with problems across all platforms since its launch. A series of updates and patches have been distributed to all versions of the title, but several players are still reporting issues with connectivity, corrupted save files, “flickering” and often muted sounds, and a plethora of other technical issues.
According to an updated post on Battlelog, a new update will be rolling out sometime between the end of January and the beginning of February; this next patch will include updates for various “stability improvements, tweaks, and fixes”. DICE has also asked for player-feedback through Battlelog, regarding suggestions for a more balanced multiplayer experience. While DICE has not specified any details for future balance-tweaks, future updates will include changes to “DMR performance, anti-air, and more”.
Battlefield 4 is currently available for 360, PS3, Xbox One, PS4 and PC; Battlefield 4 Premium is also available for $49.99, which grants users access to special “XP Weekends” events and future DLC, however development on all DLC is currently on hold due to the current unstable nature of Battlefield 4.
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