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Tuesday, 03 December 2013 08:51

PS4 & PC to get Battlefield 4 patch

Written by David Stellmack

Just ahead of China Rising Expansion Pack

DICE has confirmed that patches for both the PlayStation 4 and PC versions of Battlefield 4 have gone live. The patches contain a number of fixes, but perhaps the most important is a fix for the PS4’s sound issues. In addition the patch is said to contain fixes to address crashes and removal of the blur effect that may have complained about.

The fix comes just ahead of the release of the first expansion pack for Battlefield 4, which is known as China Rising. The China Rising expansion pack was included in the pre-order as well as the initial shipment of Battlefield 4. Those that didn’t get it for free, can of course purchase it or upgrade to Battlefield Premium to make sure that the get this as well as future expansion packs.

While the latest round of patches has get the PS4 and PC, an update is also the pipeline for the Xbox One version of the game which is expected later this week. A Xbox 360 patch is also coming according to rumors in the forums, but DICE does not seem to be offering an ETA on when the latest round of Xbox 360 patches will make it too release.

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