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Future ‘Battlefield 4’ patches and balance update details revealed

Future ‘Battlefield 4’ patches and balance update details revealed
Future ‘Battlefield 4’ patches and balance update details revealed
Electronic Arts

A representative from Digital Illusions Creative Entertainment has provided some details regarding the future plans for updating the recently-released multiplatform video game, “Battlefield 4.” According to a report from Gaming Bolt on Jan. 25, the development team will looking for help from the community to determine what balancing changes will need to be made in the online multiplayer mode.

The representative disclosed that “wide range of tweaks” is being planned for the latest “Battlefield” installment. However, Digital Illusions Creative Entertainment wants fans to determine which area the development team should be focusing on. You can find a few screenshots from the cross-generation title in the slideshow to the left of this article and the statement below:

We have a wide range of tweaks planned to further balance the core gameplay of Battlefield 4 in upcoming patches. But we need your help in identifying next steps. Let us know what we should focus on next by voting in our balancing poll.

Fans can currently vote as to whether or not balancing changes should be made on the air defense of attack boats, FGM-148 damage against tanks along with buffing the MBT and IFV shells. The development team is also looking for feedback in regards to possibly tweaking fast attack craft cannons and stealth jet cannons in “Battlefield 4.”

The video game initially suffered from numerous problems, which may have pushed back the balancing changes. Players were reporting on crashing issues and network connection errors when the software product launched for the PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One in the North American region in late 2013.