Battlefield 4: DICE Fighting Against Drivers and CPU Usage Problems; Expects Improvements in Next Patch

on October 8, 2013 10:30 AM

The Battlefield 4 Beta Hasn’t been running in the smoothest of ways for many PC users, and the devs at EA DICE have been hard at work to solve or at least mitigate the issues, as Frostbite Technical Director Johan Andersson explained today on Twitter, promising improvements for the next patch.

While the above tweet may sound a bit obscure, it Andersson explained when asked:

So there you have it. Andersson believes he won the battle, but not yet the war, meaning that there’s still room for improvement.

At the very least, though, we can expect a performance increase coming with the next patch, even if those that (like me) are on Windows 7 won’t probably be able to juice the game for all it’s worth. That said, the game will work “fine”.

 /  Executive News Editor
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