Battlefield 4 developer, DICE, is now asking players for feedback regarding gameplay balancing for upcoming patches of its first-person shooter. The announcement was made through a blog post and players can provide feedback by taking part in a poll over here.
"We have a lot of balancing items in the pipeline for our upcoming Battlefield 4 patches, and we will be able to share them and the rationale behind them soon", said the post.
"In the meantime, we would love to hear your opinions on some of the additional balancing ideas that we could add to the mix. Let us know what you think in the poll below, and on the behalf of the entire team here at DICE: Thanks for your dedication," it added.
Currenlty, players can offer feedback in five areas, which include:
1) Improving air defense for attack boats
2) Increasing the FGM-148's damage against tanks
3) Changing damage on the stealth jet cannons
4) Altering fast attack craft cannons
5) Buffing certain shells on the MBT and IFV.
The developer went on to add that it has many more 'tweaks' in store for players of the game and that it will be making more changes very soon.
DICE has been rolling out several patches for the title on various paltforms in an attempt to fix its many bugs and glitches. It has been rather succesful in recent weeks, since it has been able fix errors and provide a more stable gameplay.
The release of a bug-filled Battlefield 4 has not helped EA's (game's publisher) reputation, a company which was voted as the 'Worst Company in America' for two years in a row. Apart from a bug-filled Battlefield 4 launch, the company's reputation was also tarnished by a failed Sim City launch in 2013.