EA and DICE have released a few more patches in their attempts to fix their sadly broken Battlefield 4.
Yesterday, the Xbox 360 received a multiplayer patch (must be downloaded manually) that fixes the following:
- Reduced the risk of a crash when transitioning from one multiplayer round to another
- Fixed a crash that could occur when creating decals (bullet hit effects, etc.)
- Fixed a crash that could occur when leaving vehicles
- Fixed a crash that could occur when moving outside of the intended play area
- Fixed a crash that could occur when firing the MBT and IFV gunner incendiary weapon
- Fixed a crash that could occur when opening the Options menu
- Fixed a problem with weapon accessories using up too much memory, which in turn could lead to crashing
This patch also fixes the one-hit kill issue, where people are killed by a bullet that is counted across two frames instead of one. However, this does not address the problem some have reported where they are killed after rounding a corner before they even see the shooter. This patch is the first step in fixing this second problem. It's now available on all platforms except for the Xbox One.DICE has also released a new server version that corrects problems with the Commander mode, unlocking the M1911 3x pistol scope for all players.
Stay tuned for inevitably more patches.
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