The problems that have plagued Battlefield 4 since launch still haven't been resolved.
Despite numerous updates and patches, developer DICE is still facing several lingering issues. As Game Informer reports , it has been 178 days since BF4 hit store shelves and the game isn't yet stable.
The current problem involves "rubber-banding," which shows up as slow or stalled movement by the character, only to be followed by a "catching-up" speed. It has been happening a lot lately, apparently, and DICE has installed a "high-performance server solution" that should help. Studio vice president and general manager Karl Magnus Troeddson says that performance in 64-player matches continues to improve, which is good news.
Unfortunately, it's too little too late for some gamers. A friend of mine has already traded in BF4 saying simply, "eh, it's just broken." He was patient for a while but at this point, it's getting ridiculous.
Related Game(s): Battlefield 4