Following the release of the Xbox One patch notes for bugs, DICE has also released the update and the patch notes for three more platforms, the Xbox 360, PS3 and PS4, for "Battlefield 4" to complete the current and next-gen fix for the game.
All three patches are reportedly very critical in order to eliminate some major bugs in the game. For instance, the kill trading issue has been dealt with for all three platform updates. According to MP1st, kill trading is defined to be that one moment when two soldiers are thought to be dead after firing at each other at the same time.
This time period is then calculated and thought of as intended, which then decreases the time when players could get a kill despite being already dead. iGameResponsibly reports that EA is recently facing some class action lawsuits over the game on the grounds of false and misleading statements that the company has disseminated in relation of the version of the "Battlefield 4" game series.
Check out the link above to view the complete patch list for all three updates.
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Patch Notes for PS4 and PS3 Released for 'Call of Duty: Ghosts'
Hot on the heels of "Battlefield 4," "Call of Duty: Ghosts" has also been experiencing glitches in the game. Developer Infinity Ward has already released the updates, but this time, players can also view the patch notes and changelog.
Charlie Intel notes that the PS3 only has one additional fix over the PS4, which is the fix for the rare crash when players launch a Hunted FFA match. As for both platforms, the fixes are focused on issues such as stability, weapon balancing and other fixes.
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Amazon's £10 Discount on 'COD: Ghosts'
For those who have purchased an Xbox One or PS4 from Amazon, chances are they may be one of the lucky people who will receive the £10 discount on "Call of Duty: Ghosts."
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According to Cram Gaming, players can now have the game for £38 after using the offered discount. This is a good way to lift some of the negativity that Amazon has experienced, particularly when a number of PS4 consoles ordered from the company were found to be defective on arrival and thought to be handled without proper care during delivery.
Check out the link to see the step by step guide that buyers need to do to redeem the £10 discount as well as the sample email that Amazon has sent out.
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