DICE Aware Of And Working On Battlefield 4 Technical Problems
DICE has publicly stated that it is currently working to address the numerous technical problems of Battlefield 4 on a number of platforms.
First up is the PlayStation 4 version, which is suffering from frequent crash bugs.
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A Battlelog update posted today reads: “We are aware of the frequent crashes in Battlefield 4 on PlayStation 4. We are hard at work identifying these issues and are hoping to get a game update out early next week. Stay tuned for more details as we can confirm them, and thanks for your patience!”
DICE also provided some information on the Xbox 360 version of the game, saying that a game update is “currently undergoing final testing” ahead of its planned release “soon”.
Finally, the PC version of the game will also be receiving an update, when it’s ready, that will attempt to fix “a number of remaining issues in the game”.
Over the weekend that just passed us, DICE claimed that a distributed denial of service attack was the culprit behind a number of PC players being unable to connect online.
Interestingly, a notice on Battlelog’s main page, which was spotted by Kotaku at the time but was subsequently replaced by a PS4 server warning, read:
“We are currently experiencing attacks on our infrastructure that is impacting online gameplay on BF4 PC. We are working on mitigating actions”.