Battlefield 4 had a rocky start when it first released, and the game was filled with various bugs, crash problems and balancing issues, and DICE are still working on adjusting the issues that made it into the game on day one. In fact, the next upcoming DLC pack for Battlefield 4 will be launched alongside some major core gameplay changes that DICE believe will keep a lot of Battlefield fans happy.
Firstly, a few changes will be made to Rush mode, one of the most played games on Battlefield currently. The new changes to Rush, according to DICE will help improve the game's balance and flow, and DICE are currently testing these changes in a live environment on Siege of Shanghai, Zavod 311 and Operation Locker. Some of the changes to Rush include a reduced radar sweep range around attacker's bases, the removal of commander by default, and changes to MCOM placement and cover passes.
The ballistic shield will also be getting a nerf so that one-hit kills with it are no longer possible, and tank AP-rounds can now annihilate players carrying shields, just like they should be able to.
Finally, DICE will be making adjustments to overall gun mechanics, including recoil and ADS changes. Most of these new changes will go live when the next Battlefield 4 DLC, Dragon's Teeth is released across all platforms. Players should also soon see an improvement in server performance over the coming months, as DICE have just finished testing server and network performance.
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