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Monday, 02 December 2013 09:03

Battlefield 4 on Xbox One to be patched

Written by David Stellmack

Incoming patch expected to fix crash issues

DICE claims that the Xbox One patch for Battlefield 4 that should release at some point this week, will address and resolve a number of the stability problems that have been found in the Xbox One version of the game.

The Xbox One update is undergoing finalization right now and receiving its final tweaks before it is pushed out to the Xbox One players. Once it is released, DICE expects to me the patch notes available to those interested in seeing what has been fixed and addresses in this patch. The focus on this patch is stability and performance, so look for the next patch to include some enhancements.

The Xbox One version of Battlefield 4 has suffered a number of problems at release. The biggest of which was the game simply crashing at the home screen. An update to the Battlelog solved some issues with the Premium members and access to Premium features that they are entitled to in the game.

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