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Wednesday, 15 January 2014 10:36

More patches coming to BF4

Written by David Stellmack



PC & PS4 now, others later

In what seems the never ending patch saga for DICE’s Battlefield 4, new patches have been pushed out for the PC and PlayStation 3 versions of the game. As you might guess, these patches again address stability and balance issues. The also seem to swat more bugs which is always a good thing.

 

As for the other platforms, a PlayStation 3 update is in the pipeline and should be rolling out by the time that you read this. From what we understand we will see updates for both the Xbox One and Xbox 360 later this month if not sooner. Like the other updates on the other platforms, these patches will also address stability, balance issues, and the swatting of more bugs.

A sampling of the latest update on the PC does seem to show significant improvement, but it is too soon to say if this will be the same out come on all of the other platforms. You have to hand it to DICE however, because they seem fully engaged and trying to work as fast as possible to get the problems solved by keeping the updates flowing.

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