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Friday, 06 December 2013 07:47

PS3 & PS4 get Battlefield 4 patch

Written by David Stellmack

One-hit-kill bug resolved, but many others remain

DICE has started rolling out Battlefield 4 patches for both the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 platforms. The patches that it has released for the game do appear to have fixed the one-hit-kill bug that has been driving people up the wall. Despite fixing this major issue, there are plenty more that remain.

In the main time DICE is still working on updates to the PC platform as well as both the Xbox 360 and Xbox One. Work on another upcoming set of patches to resolve problems with the PS3 and PS4 version of Battlefield remains on going.

DICE has not yet announced when the next round of patches will arrive, but sources tell us that it will be sooner later.

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