Battlefield 4 has faced some major challenges, to say the least. Connectivity issues, corrupted data, game crashes--the list goes on. And while the experience has been frustrating for many players, DICE is hoping to provide some goodwill in the form of a month-long "Player Appreciation" program. The events kick off on February 1.
"We appreciate all of the great feedback you continue to provide about all aspects ofBattlefield 4," said DICE general manager Karl Magnus Troedsson. "We take this very seriously, and hearing directly from you has helped to make the experience better."
Throughout the month, Battlefield 4 players will receive a Bronze Battlepack--filled with weapons, upgrades, etc--for each weekday logged into the game. On Saturdays and Sundays, players will receive a Silver Battlepack. Additionally, DICE will host community events to unlock Gold Battlepacks. The first community mission will task players with grabbing a number of dog tags over a specified time.
If you're new to battlefield 4 crack, or have faced repeated problems even playing the game, DICE will also release free "shortcut" bundles for every player. The download will unlock every grenade and handgun in the game; Premium subscribers will get a shortcut that unlocks all DMRs and shotguns. A double XP weekend rounds out the festivities, and DICE will host multiple developer interviews in February where Battlefield 4 players can ask questions.
The developer is also--it seems constantly--updating Battlefield 4 to fix various problems. "We are further improving a number of items commonly referred to as 'netcode,'" said Troedsson. "This will tighten the overall multiplayer experience, and we will be able to share these items with you in detail soon."
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