Other errors are still being investigated.
DICE’s Battlefield 4 released recently, and like any other big release these days, a good number of bugs and glitches were shipped with it. DICE seems to be proactive on the uptake, though, with this forum post listing all the changes.
The changes include some routine bugs and glitches being squashed, server crashes being addressed, server join queues being fixed, audio bugs being fixed and random game crashes and freezes being addressed; other problems, like loss of saved progress in singleplayer and multiplayer modes, are still being investigated, with a promise that they will be looked into as and when DICE identifies the cause of error. There are also a number of fixes for the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions of the game.
Battlefield 4 launched recently on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC; an Xbox One and PlayStation 4 release is inbound soon, alongside the consoles themselves. Stay tuned to GamingBolt for more coverage, including our extensive review of the title.