Battlefield 4 patched on PS4, should reduce crashing and save file corruption
DICE has finally released a patch for the PlayStation 4 version of Battlefield 4.
The new patch should significantly reduce the volume of client crashes and corrupted save files. It will also prevent crashes from happening when destroying vehicles or navigating the BattleScreen and Battlelog.
DICE said, "This new combined Xbox One patch is currently in testing and certification, and we will release it as soon as possible. We are hoping to get it live late this week or early next week. We will keep you updated. We will share the full change notes for this patch as it goes live. It will focus on stability and some of the feedback we’ve seen from the community, including a fix for the one-hit kill bug and Commander EMP blur effect."
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