Dice fixes Battlefield 4

Dice postpones future projects, fixes Battlefield 4. EA has announced that DICE will discontinue all future projects, until Battlefield 4 is fixed. 

These fixes are not limited to the PC version, but also to the console versions of Battlefield 4. “It is absolutely our #1 priority. The team at DICE is working non-stop to update the game." The spokesperson also promised to commit to fix player issues. "We know many of our players are frustrated, and we feel your pain. We will not stop until this is right”. 


Even though the China Rising DLC was released on the fourth, it still was extremely unfinished, with early access players being unable to join the servers, along with other connectivity problems. DICE appears to be dissapointed with the DLC, as they are making radical changes to fix Battlefield 4.

EA did not inform will DICE halt development on games like the Mirror's Edge sequel or Star Wars: Battlefront. Hopefully not, as SW: Battlefront is expected to be released 2015, and the Mirror's Edge sequel hasn't even got an official title. 

This however is good news for Battlefield 4 players, as most of them are plagued by game crashes, massive lagging and connection problems caused by the program itself. With DICE diverting a lot of their resources for this, it should not take long for Battlefield 4 to be even greater than it is now.