Battlefield 4 on the PlayStation 4 has been facing a pretty serious error with multiplayer since release, manifesting in the form of “CE-34878-0 Error” splayed across the screen. However, there are two ways to fix this.
The first way is to ensure that Battlefield 4 is currently on. Go to your Settings and sign out of PSN. Start up Battlefield 4, and when you reach the main menu, hit the PlayStation button to log into PSN. Once you’re online, start multiplayer and get in a few rounds until the error pops up. Wash, rinse and repeat, unfortunately. The benefit of this is that at least you’ll be able to access multiplayer. The CE-34878-0 Error originally just threw you back to the main menu without being able to play anything.
Another way? Just keep hitting the X button and rush to the multiplayer mode before the error has a chance to show up. Will DICE find a way to fix this and figure out to keep it from apparently affecting the single-player as well? We’ll find out in the coming weeks, and hopefully it won’t appear on the Xbox One version when it releases on November 22nd.