DICE: entire team is working to stabilize Battlefield 4
It’s no secret that Battlefield 4 faces a number of issues at the moment, the biggest one being stability. The game has been plagued by crashes and feezes on the PC, and players have been reporting various problems with the netcode.
But it’s also not a surprise that DICE is working hard to resolve these issues. They have so far released patches on several platforms, and have released no less than 12 game server updates as well.
And according to DICE, the entire 350-person team at the company is working to stabilize Battlefield 4. DICE general manager — the guy in charge of the studio — Karl Magnus Troedsson says the team will not move on to other projects until Battlefield 4 has been fixed. He added in a recent message to fans that DICE wants to be sure that “Battlefield 4 meets -– and exceeds –- your expectations”.
Currently, DICE is putting the finishing touches on a new PC patch, which is scheduled for release next week. The last Battlefield 4 patch added some performance improvements, but didn’t do much to fix the crashing problems. Hopefully the new patch will offer more solutions for these crashes.
Just yesterday, DICE released a patch for the PS4 version of the game, and a few days ago, an Xbox 360 patch as well. While there are numerous issues with the game, it’s clear that DICE is staying on top of things and working hard to fix Battlefield 4.