DICE Releasing Another Battlefield 4 Update
Battlefield 4's developer DICE announced that they will be releasing an update to the game sometime within the next couple of weeks. Thanks to a post made to their blog on January 27th, we get a peak at what issues might be fixed in this newest planned update.
What the update will include... this time.
DICE explains that they will try to get the update out no later than early February, but they do go on to say that the timing is flexible.
"We are aiming to get a new update live for all platforms at the end of January/beginning of February (timing might change.) This update will include a number of stability improvements, tweaks, and fixes. We will get back to you with the change notes as the update goes live."
The post always states that they are looking for feedback on balancing issues that users might be experiencing with Battlefield 4 stating that they "will also share a large number of balancing tweaks that we are making to Battlefield 4 in future updates, including changes to DMR performance, anti-air, and more."
Too little, too late?
It looks like the next couple of weeks will keep DICE busy just as the past months have since the game's release last October. Bugs have infested this game since launch and none of the updates seem to fix very core issues. When do you think it's time to say enough is enough? Should DICE just move on?