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Battlefield 4 patches & tweaks coming, player choice

Since launch, players of Battlefield 4 have suffered with a variety of bugs and issues. Patches for the PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game have come and gone but not quite fixing all of the issues involved. Developer DICE has now called on players to choose what elements of the game need to be tweaked when the next patch comes.

On the Battlefield official blog players have been given a choice between 5 different tweak listings. The poll asks for players opinions on what issues the next patch should address, helping to balance the core gameplay. The first suggested tweak is the air defense ability on the attack boat, with gamers suggesting that this could be improved with anti-aircraft capabilities.

The next update that DICE want an opinion on is the damage output of the FGM-148 anti-tank missiles for engineers, a damage increase is being considered from 25% to 34%. Since the last update there has been complaints from some players about the STEALTH JET 20mm cannons being too overpowered, the developers have asked if this issue that needs changing.

DICE has also considered making some small tweaks to the Fast Attack Craft cannons, these changes will reduce the splash damage coverage against infantry and require players to get closer for quicker kills. The final question in the poll asks whether Battlefield 4 should be given an MBT and IFV canister shell buff, increasing the damage, speed and accuracy.

Have you cast your votes on the Battlefield blog yet to make sure the patches and tweaks you want are in the next update?

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Written by Matt Tran

Matt has a passion for technology, gaming and social media, whether its using it or writing about it. He joins the Product Reviews team having graduated from the University of Greenwich in 2013, after completing an honours degree in Building Surveying. Matt will mostly keep you in the loop on gaming, tech and gadget news.

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