In a continuing effort to smooth out a number of the game’s launch issues, Battlefield 4 developers DICE are rolling out number of updates for the various versions of the game within the coming days.
PlayStation 4 owners might have noticed a quick server update yesterday aimed at addressing “a very severe crash issue”. More tweaking is in store for the platform, however, as DICE writes they “are aware of the frequent crashes in Battlefield 4 on PlayStation 4.” The studio continued in a recent Battlelog report, writing that they “are hard at work identifying these issues and are hoping to get a game update out early next week.”
Likewise, Xbox 360 owners can look forward to an incoming game update that is currently undergoing final testing. “We are hoping to get this update live soon, and will let you know as soon as it has passed final stages of testing and is ready for deployment,” writes DICE. We presume that a number of the tweaks and improvements in this particular game update will be similar to what the PC version underwent last week. You can check out the patch notes for the previous PC patch right here.
Lastly, yet another patch is in store for the PC version of Battlefield 4, “aimed at fixing a number of remaining issues in the game.” Exact details on its contents and time of release will be detailed at a “later date”.