In a state of the game update, DICE has detailed which Battlefield 4 issues are top of its priorities list, starting with crashes and freezing.
In a Battlelog update, DICE said there are "a number of bugs" that it is "actively working on", listing those it is prioritising.
"Players on all formats have been experiencing game crashes and freezes while playing. We have logs of the most frequently occurring client crashes, and we are actively working to Obliterate the cause of these crashes in upcoming updates," the developer said.
DICE has already released an update hoping to quash server-side crashes on PC, and has a title update coming for client side-issues.
Since the post was made on Friday, DICE has also identified platform-agnostic server crashes, and has a fix in the works.
Check the post for the latest updates on the developer's progress, but at time of writing DICE was investigating loss of multiplayer progress, single-player save file corruption and missing promotional items.
It has fixes inbound for audio bugs and the reset progress bug, and is rolling out an update for PC server queues.
"We are working on a PC client patch at the moment and hope to release it soon. 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 said.
Four server updates have been released so far.