DICE has revealed that they are implementing another new initiative to improve Battlefield 4 on the PC. Hoping to open the development process to their fans and players, and get feedback on new features and fixes for the game, the Community Test Environment for Battlefield 4 has been revealed.
Getting in to the Battlefield 4 Test Servers? Not so easy. DICE has already closed enrollment in the program, and is not accepting new users into the Community Test Environment. So how does the Battlefield 4 Test Environment work? According to the CTE sign-up page, there will be updates at regular intervals which will be posted by developers. Users in enrolled in the Community Test Environment will be able to help DICE test and simulate the retail environment, gather feedback and suggestions, and seemingly pushing out more effective updates to their customers.
This is a huge step forward for Battlefield 4 on the PC, a version of the shooter that has seen its fair share of problems since launch.