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‘Battlefield 4’ fans are asked to provide feedback to help improve the game

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It’s no secret that Battlefield 4 has seen its share of issues since the game’s launch late last year. According to a report by Game Informer on Jan 5, both EA and DICE are looking to gain some insight on how to address the issues by going straight to the title’s fan base to find players’ thoughts on the latest entry of the popular first-person shooter franchise.

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Many Battlefield 4 players received an survey e-mail with asks several questions trying to get a grip on the current state of the game in the eyes of gamers. Additionally, those who didn’t get the e-mail can still opt to take the survey by going directly to this page which Electronic Arts has set up. Don’t expect to simply answer a series of multiple choice question in the survey, however, as the developer is seeking actually feedback full of individual player thoughts on how to improve the game. As such, the survey only includes two questions. The first is to rank how likely fans are to recommend the game to others on a scale of 1-10. The second question requires fans to write down, in their own words, what they’d like to see improved in Battlefield 4 as a blank form is provided for players to share whatever thoughts they desire.

Battlefield 4 is out now on the Xbox One, Playstation 4, PC, Xbox 360, and Playstation 3.

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