DICE Transparent About Known BF4 Issues, Solution Status
It’s no secret that Battlefield 4 has been suffering from issues since launch. As expected, DICE is working to resolve these issues, but what’s worthy of note is the developer’s transparency in keeping its community updated on the status of resolving these issues.
In a post on the official Battlefield blog, DICE has been keeping BF4 players up to date on the bugs the developer has been attempting to squash and the updates it has been rolling out. Multiple fixes have already gone out for server crashes across all platforms and server queue issues on PC,
DICE is still working on resolving game freezes, lost multiplayer progress, and singleplayer save file corruptions. The developer has a fix for “missing/corrupted audio in multiplayer,” which may or may not be the infamous “shellshock sound glitch,” and plans to release it in the next PC client patch.
Should DICE be lauded for the way it has been handling the resolution of these issues, or should it have done a better job ensuring they didn’t exist in the first place?