Developer DICE is going through a rough patch after a series of problems that troubled its FPS video game, Battlefield 4 since its release on 29 October.
The studio has once again released PC patch that will fix the server crashes, which were troubling Battlefield 4 gamers. It also fixes the Obliteration bug that was not allowing players to pick the bomb after the elimination of the carrier.
Below are the Patch notes of the new update that is now live:
- Fix for terrain flickering when using SLI/CrossFire setup
- Fix for three of the top crash issues on the PC platform
- Fix for case when soldier can die with 1 HP instead of 0
- Fix for the issue where the revive UI could be permanently shown after accepting a revive
This is the second PC update for Battlefield 4. The first one was rleased on 16 December and it had fixed the issue of 'Kill Trading,' Polygon reported.
Below are the Server update notes:
- Fix for two server crashes
- Fix for a graphical bug that could occur when players accepted a revive within 1 second
- Server performance optimizations
DICE has been releasing updates to fix issues and stabilize its servers so that player experience gets a boost.
EA spokesperson had earlier said, "We know we still have a ways to go with fixing the game - it is absolutely our #1 priority. The team at DICE is working non-stop to update the game. We know many of our players are frustrated, and we feel your pain. We will not stop until this is right," CVG reported.
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