While we just got a new patch for Battlefield 5 last week that was for technical fixes, it seems it didn’t do enough as DICE is scheduling the Battlefield 5 next update to hit this week assuming it passes certification!
This was revealed by the studio over on Reddit, where this week’s planned Battlefield 5 announcements and events were listed. DICE’s plans are for the Battlefield 5 next update patch notes to be released Wednesday, with the actual patch rolled out on Thursday — again, this is with the assumption that certification will be granted.
- This Week in Battlefield V – An overview of this week’s news, blogs, content, and more. As items are added or shifted, this will be updated. Keep an eye on it through the week for redirect links!
- Last Chance for Weekly Mission Reward – Give the ToW Mission a final push if you haven’t completed it yet. The ToW Weekly Storyline will end on Wednesday evening.
- Weekly Community Highlight – Best Only in Battlefield Moment of the Week– Hot new OIB moment coming in with a new weekly winner! Think you’ve got a winner? Send it our way on any of the Battlefield channels. Each weekly featured clip will be awarded a Best Community in the World emblem!
- Battlefield V Chapter 4: Defying the Odds Week 3 Overview
- (TBC Pending Certification) Battlefield V Chapter 4: Defying the Odds Update #1.2 (Hotfix) Notes & Availability Info
- Battlefield V Quality of Life Tracker Update
- (TBC Pending Certification) Battlefield V Chapter 4: Defying the Odds Update #1.2 (Hotfix)
- Weekly Debrief – Your one-stop destination for all the blogs, videos, and major news that happened in the week.
Notes & Addendums
Xbox One crashing has increased. What’s happening?
- We’re working on deploying Hotfix 1.2 this week to address the stability issues affecting Xbox One players.
What about Invisible Soldier Skins and Al Sundan on Conquest?
- These continue to be top priorities the team is working on. We’ll keep you posted as we get updates from the team.
For those not familiar with what “certification” means in this context, studios need to submit patches and game updates to Sony and Microsoft, and the hardware makers must certify first that they are safe to be rolled out and won’t cause harm to the console, etc.