DICE, the developers behind the Battlefield 4 games, will be releasing a series of patches in the next few weeks to fix up many of the problems that have been occurring with the game on the PS4.
"We are aware of the frequent crashes in Battlefield 4 on PlayStation 4. We are hard at work identifying these issues and are hoping to get a game update out early next week. Stay tuned for more details as we can confirm them, and thanks for your patience!" their post on the Battlelog said.
Another update for the PS4 involved Commander Mode. DICE temporarily disabled it to increase the stability of the network because of crashes it was causing. The developers are currently looking at correcting the problem.
Other information they shared today regarded the testing of the Xbox 360 version of the game and a PC update.
"We have a new game update in the works for BF4 on PC aimed at fixing a number of remaining issues in the game. We will have more details on the contents of this update and a rough timing estimate at a later date," they posted.
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Battlefield 4 PC servers were attacked by hackers this weekend as the game admitted the trouble on their website with a statement.
"We are currently experiencing attacks on our infrastructure that is impacting online gameplay on BF4 PC. We are working on mitigating actions," read the message, which has since been removed, according to Kotaku.
"We are being targeted by a DDOS, but working on fixing it ASAP," game developer DICE's Ali Hassoon posted to the Battlefield forums. "I'm sorry somebody is ruining your and my day. Rest assured we are doing our best to mitigate the situation though."
The attacks to the network caused gamers to not be able to log on or get stuck with beginner gear as if their progress had not existed.
Battlefield 4 was released on Oct. 29, Nov. 15 for the PS4, and is coming Nov. 22 for the Xbox One.