Now that the Battlefield 4 Beta program is coming to an end DICE has published a detailed list of everything they are currently working on to improve the Battlefield 4 games thanks to all the feedback they received during the Battlefield 4 Beta development stage.
Battlefield 4 will be launching later this month on October 29th for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC. The Battlefield 4 Second Assault DLC pack for Xbox One consoles will launch on November 22nd 2013.
Some of the enhancements, tweaks and bugs fixes you can expect will effect the following areas: Low frame rate/stuttering, Stuck on loading screen, High CPU usage during the Beta, Controller layouts (X360/PS3), Empty server listings (X360/PS3), The elevator catapult (All platforms), Gameplay balancing, Infantry Changes. DICE explained on their latest blog post”
“We want to take this opportunity to thank everyone that has played the Battlefield 4 Beta! Your feedback has been crucial in testing the underlying infrastructure and reporting both bugs and balancing issues to ensure a smooth launch on October 29. In this blog post, we want to bring up some of the key findings and how we’re addressing these for the launch of Battlefield 4. Thanks again for playing and keep the feedback coming on the Battlelog Beta forums.”
For more information on the new changes that you can expect to see in the final release of the new Battlefield 4 game jump over to the official DICE blog website for details.
Source: DICEFiled Under: Top News