Battlefield 4: DICE rolling out a new server “version” for all platforms, downtime expected

In what should be good news for Battlefield 4 players, DICE has announced, via the in-game splash page, that they are rolling out new “server versions” and that downtime and connection issues are to be expected.

It states, “We’er deploying a new server version in the upcoming hours. You might experience some downtime in the process.”

Here’s a screengrab we took straight out of the PlayStation 4 Battlefield 4 main game menu:


This applies to all versions, and this is what you’ll see from Battlelog for the PC version (click to see the entire image):


Hopefully, this alleviates some of the technical issues the game has experienced on the server front. By this, I mean the rubber-banding, crashes and other issues that DICE can fix on their end.

In more BF4 news, DICE has rolled out the PS4 patch yesterday which fixes one of the “one-hit” kill bugs, but has yet to fix the other.

Let us know how the game is once the server update has been rolled out.

PC Battlelog image courtesy of Reddit


Alex Co