Digital Illusions Creative Entertainment has posted an official list of the top issues plaguing the PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One versions of the recently-released multiplatform video game, “Battlefield 4.” According to a report from Pixel Enemy on Dec. 10, the developer disclosed that the tracker was previously only available internally.
However, the team decided to release a public version so that players can be updated with the progress of issues that are being addressed. You can take a look at the latest “Battlefield” installment in the slideshow to the left of this article and the complete details from the studio below (courtesy of Pixel Enemy):
This Battlefield 4 tracker will give you the latest updates in regards to some of the top issues we are going to fix and fan feedback we’re implementing in the game. We always work with trackers for our games internally which enables us to track and fix bugs as quickly as possible. We’ve never made it external before, but this seems like a great way to keep you constantly updated on how we’re progressing.
Digital Illusions Creative Entertainment also provided an explanation in regards to the “Battlefield 4” status categories for the issues. “Investigating” means that the development team is aware of the problem and is trying to replicate it on their end. “Fixing” signifies that the issue has been successfully replicated and a fix is on the way. Finally, “Fix Live” denotes that the problem has already been addressed through a patch.
“Battlefield 4” launched with many setbacks when it came out for the PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 on Oct. 29. The PS4 version of the same title, which apparently is the most problematic one, came out on Nov. 15. Finally, the first-person shooter was released on Nov. 22 for the Xbox One.