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DICE to Fix Battlefield 4 Rubber-Banding Issue “SOON”
DICE on the Battlefield blog wrote that they are quite unhappy with the performance of their servers and will try to fix the Rubber-banding issues as soon as possible.
Many of the players in Battlefield 4 were facing Rubber-banding issue in 64 players Conquest Match. Now DICE has taken notice of the problem and promised the fans, that they will be “upgrading the hardware” to improve the experience of their players.
People who are unfamiliar with rubber-banding issue should know that it is a lag that pulls the player backward for no apparent reason. It is really impossible to play the game when this is happening.
The developer has been working really hard to fix the issues that are being faced by the players of Battlefield 4 since launch. Many of the players got so tired of these problems that they shifted to another game and stopped playing the game.
It has been five months since the launch of the game, one can argue that it might be too late for the developers but again, it’s Battlefield 4 we are talking about here.
Anyhow, there is no exact time frame given by the studio on when this issue will be fixed but they wrote:
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.
Are you still playing Battlefield 4? How much has your game improved with the patches since the game’s launch? Let us know in your comments!