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‘Battlefield 4’ developer and publisher seeking additional player feedback

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The companies responsible for the development and publishing of “Battlefield 4” are currently seeking more feedback from the community. According to a report from Game Informer on Jan. 5, fans are being asked to rate first-person shooter by Digital Illusions Creative Entertainment and Electronic Arts.

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Players are apparently getting an email surveying how much they enjoy “Battlefield 4” on a scale from 0 to 10. The questionnaire then asked participants who rated the software product low about what features they want to be improved upon. Those who gave the video game a high score are inquired to write a review.

The fourth main installment of the “Battlefield” franchise received many favorable reviews from the press. Unfortunately, the first-person shooter has been plagued by many crashing and connection issues, especially on the PS4 next-generation system, when it came out to the general public. As a result, many fans ended up feeling disappointed with the release.

Both Digital Illusions Creative Entertainment and Electronic Arts appeared to be taking the criticisms seriously. The aforementioned email suggested that the two companies may be planning to improve the end user experience of “Battlefield 4.”

The first-person shooter was launched on the PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 first on Oct. 29. It was also a part of the PS4’s launch lineup on Nov. 15 in addition to coming out alongside the Xbox One on Nov. 22. You can take a look at the first-person shooter in the slideshow to the left of this article.

You can order the products from Amazon in the following links: “Battlefield 4,” PS4 and Xbox One.

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