DICE acknowledges that Battlefield 4 PC crashes "affecting a large number of players"
Server fixes also being rolled out to help fix some crashes and disconnects.
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DICE has posted a Battlefield 4 update saying that the developer is looking into fixing numerous bugs across all platforms, including the game crashing on PC.
The developer is listing issues relating to the game on the Battlelog site, as well as providing updates on the progress the team is making towards a fix.
"We are working on a PC client patch at the moment and hope to release it soon. We will share the patch notes once we have the patch contents finalized. The main focus is to fix as many crashes as possible, starting with the issues affecting a large number of players. We will update you once we are ready to release new server updates. We are currently working on server update #5, with four being released so far."
Other bugfixes include updating the game's servers to stop crashing and disconnects, with the "most common" cause for the crashes being rolled out earlier today. A bug affecting the server queues on PC has also been ironed out.
DICE is also looking into reports of multiplayer stats being lost, promotional Battlepack items not appearing, and single-player save files being corrupted.
Battlefield 4 was released on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC last week. Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions will follow later this month.
For more information on the game, check out GameSpot's review.