Focusing on vehicles and weapons for now.
As of today through a recent blog post from DICE on the Battlefield 4 forums, the first person shooter developers have made it known that they are seeking feedback on the game so that they can continue to tweak it to gamer satisfaction. The official blog post reads:
“We have a wide range of tweaks planned to further balance the core gameplay ofBattlefield 4 in upcoming patches. But we need your help in identifying next steps.”
At this point in time, there are five fields that gamers can vote on in order to incorporate change in the way that weapons and vehicles take damage, which has been a central complaint since the game’s release. Yes/No voting will decide the changes–which are: Improving air defense for attack boats; increasing the FGM-148’s damage against tanks; changing damage on the stealth jet cannons; altering fast attack craft cannons; and buffing certain shells on the MBT and IFV.
Stay tuned to Gamingbolt to see which changes wind up becoming official, and send your thoughts to DICE if you have any other suggestions. For more on Battlefield 4 check out its hub page here.