Battlefield 4 developer DICE says that it is aware of reports that the PC version of the latest game in the popular first-person shooter series is freezing and locking up for some players and that a fix is on the way. The company listed all the bugs and glitches it is aware of with the game, which problems it has fixed, and which issues are still being investigated.
"We are working on a PC client patch at the moment and hope to release it soon," DICE wrote. "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."
DICE is also looking into reports of multiplayer progress being lost and single-player save files becoming corrupted across all platforms. They also said that a fix for the PC version of the game's multiplayer audio problems is on the way, and that it is also investigating reports of promotional Battlepack items not appearing.
Since launch DICE has put out four server updates for the game, with a fifth apparently on the way soon.
We will have more details on this story as they become available. Check out this link for a list of all the bugs DICE is aware of and has either fixed or is working on fixing in the not-too-distant future.