Electronic Arts this morning began rolling out a patch to the PlayStation 4 version of Battlefield 4 to fix the one-hit-kill bug. Developers DICE warned that players may be booted from ongoing games as the patch hits.
The one-hit-kill bug was due out on Monday, but DICE delayed the patch for “additional testing.”
Today’s patch also fixes a crash that could occur when having a very large amount of friends, according to the official post. It also enabled audio in PS4 video captures. Other patches are on the way, according to the post.
Doki-Doki Universe will be launching next week for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and Vita. Developer HumaNature Studios announced today that it will hit on December 10 for $14.99.
Doki-Doki Universe has been described as a mixture of RPG, simulation, and interactive story elements. You’re a robot called QT3, who travels to different planets taking personality tests and interacting with characters to prove how much humanity you have. By proving your humanity, you’ll avoid the scrap heap and (hopefully) reunite with your human family.
In a statement to CVG, Sony has clarified that Gran Turismo 6’s ‘misinterpreted’ micro transaction system is “completely optional” and doesn’t affect natural player progression.
Gran Turismo 6 will, for the first time in the series, allow users to boost their in-game bank balance by purchasing credits with real money. But Sony has stressed that the the flow of in-game currency can be naturally unlocked as players progress through the game in exactly the same way as in previous GT games.
Unlike typical micro transaction systems in games like Farmville or Plants Vs Zombies 2, GT6’s optional micro transactions are “not prompted in the in-game experience at all,” confirmed the rep.