Like every other game launch that has required an internet connection, Battlefield 4 has suffered from game crashes, queue difficulties, disconnection from the servers, and more. I think at this point most gamers are use to something going wrong, but according to Polygon DICE has been diligently working towards fixing these issues. Many of the fixes are going to be rolling out in patches, which isn’t a surprise–although some of those patches may not come right away.
Some of the initial problems happening in the game also involved the audio, missions, difficulty level, and more. DICE has specifically noted all players reporting any issues as an important source for ensuring Battlefield 4 runs the way it’s supposed to.
You can check out all the current known issues here.
- DICE Respond To Battlefield 4 Issues (godisageek.com)
- Battlefield 4 crash and freeze issues to be fixed as identified (vg247.com)
- DICE : Battlefield 4 server crashes and corrupt saves being investigated (myxboblog.com)