The reveal of Battlefield 2042, which sent fans into a frenzy, gave Battlefield 4’s player base a massive boost. Fans have gone back to previous games in the series in an attempt to reclaim the series’ fantastic multiplayer mode.
While games like Battlefield V and 1 feature a World War II setting, fans believe Battlefield 4 is the closest thing to the year 2042. As a result, a large number of players have returned to the game’s multiplayer mode.
Ping, on the other hand, has always been a major issue for Indian players. When you play with high ping, it’s like showing up to a gunfight with a slightly menacing water pistol.
BFIndia, one of the country’s most popular gaming communities, has just launched new Battlefield 4 servers for Indian players with low ping.
The Battlefield 4 community in India is ecstatic as BFIndia launches long-ping servers
The servers are currently listed as being located in Europe or Singapore, but fans have speculated that BFIndia may be looking to host servers in Mumbai as well. For the time being, players can enjoy their favorite large-scale multiplayer warfare mode with a low ping.
Furthermore, playing on a PC can be a minefield for many people because hackers are bound to be lurking in the servers. Nothing is more aggravating than a sniper who uses hacks to get headshots from all over the map.
Because of Battlefield 4’s massive maps, having a high ping can often be detrimental to the game’s experience – and even force players to quit. As a result, the Indian Battlefield community has reacted positively to BFIndia’s decision to host low-ping servers.
Battlefield 2042, the highly anticipated next installment in the series, is set to release on October 22nd, 2021, and fans are ecstatic. The game’s reveal trailer and subsequent gameplay footage showed DICE returning to their roots, and fans can expect large-scale destructibility as well as some impressive dynamic weather effects.