The latest patch for the PC version of Battlefield 4 has been released, and DICE hopes that this latest fix will clear up most, if not all, of the issues plaguing a game that has been broken since launch.
The latest update from DICE addresses “one of the most frequently occurring client crashes” as well as plenty of other collision and game-killing bugs that Battlefield has been susceptible to since releasing in October. One bug in particular that has been addressed is the one that allowed players to be shot while in, or behind, cover due to a “multiple frame desync” during the changing of a player’s stance.
DICE patched the PS4, PS3 and PC versions of the game last week to eliminate a one-hit kill glitch that was affecting numerous players. For a full list of updates on the status of the game, players can check out the Battlefield 4 issues tracker on the game’s official blog and forum site HERE.
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