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Thursday, 03 April 2014 06:04

BF4 rubber-banding issue will be fixed

Written by David Stellmack

DICE promises to make it happen

DICE says that they are aware of the “rubber-banding” issues in Battlefield 4 and they are committed to delivering a fix to resolve the issue. On the developers Battlelog DICE wrote, “We wanted to provide a quick update on the issues with Battlefield 4 “rubber-banding” some players on certain platforms experienced during matches with 64-players.”

“Looking into this further, we’re unhappy with our server performance, so we’ll be upgrading the hardware as soon as possible, investing more to deliver a better experience," DICE said. "As soon as we know the exact timetable, we’ll let you know the ETA. Reducing lag for these players is absolutely a TOP priority for us to solve and we expect to have the solution very soon.”

We believe that they will fix it at some point, but after all of this time has it taken too long to get to the point where it gets fixed? Not sure if we can answer that, but we do think DICE will get it fixed, but with no timetable to get it done, it is more of a question of when.

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