Despite the less than desirable launch, developer DICE continues to work to make Battlefield 4 a better online experience.
An upcoming update set for next month will boast "core gameplay improvements," which should make FPS fans happy.
As announced at the Battlefield Blog , the team has been working for two months on this new update. Its Community Test Environment (CTE) has taken strides to implement player-requested upgrades; for instance, they'll change the movement so it's more like Battlefield 4 (and without compromising graphical quality). They've also tweaked some game modes, "de-cluttered" the HD/User Interface, and made revives easier to use and understand.
The developers will toss in a few more "netcode" improvements as well, which should help to further stabilize the game. But it won't end there: The next CTE plan involves the Teamplay Initiative, which will offer advancements to the Commander Mode, Squads, Field Upgrades and even more bugs fixes. See? Can't blame DICE for not working!
Related Game(s): Battlefield 4