Some of the headaches you may be experiencing in Battlefield 4 could come to an end as soon as later this month. DICE said today on its support site that it will release a new multiplatform update for the military shooter sometime in the next few weeks.
The Swedish developer is currently finalizing this patch, but it's not clear what specific problems with Battlefield 4 it addresses. DICE is currently investigating a range of problems that continue to beset Battlefield 4.
As detailed through the Battlefield 4 Top Issues Tracker, one problem currently affecting all platforms relates to a "desynchronized" game world where objects have different states for different players. Other problems affecting all platforms include rubber-banding, frame rate drops, and some instances of players not taking damage even when they're shot.
Battlefield 4 launched last fall and, despite numerous patches and updates, has suffered through numerous issues since release, though the most pronounced problems appear to be affecting the PlayStation 4 version. Publisher Electronic Arts has found itself in the crosshairs of a class-action lawsuit as a result of these issues.