DICE, the Swedish developer of Battlefield 4 has just released a new and much needed patch for all platforms. The patch will apply to gaming platforms PlayStation 3 and 4, X-box 360, Xbox One and PC.
The developer announced that the patches will implement, ?various fixes in regards to general gameplay, graphics, modes, server support, user interface, vehicles and weapons?.
Bugs on Commander App will also be fixed. Voice support and other functionalities are included in Xbox One patch. For those who would like to download these patches, you can find them here.
DICE released the patches before the launch of ?Dragon?s Teeth? -the newest DLC pack for Battlefield 4. Premium members can get their hands on this DLC on?July 15, while non-premium members will have to wait until July 29.
The Studio also announced that a number of tweaks have been made to core?s game play and Rush Mode, and these adjustments were made based on the results from the game?s Community Test Environment (CTE).
The CTE feature is only available for the PC version of Battlefield 4. Only premium members are allowed to access the Community Test Environment. A separate client needs to be downloaded which will enable the player to log in to a separate Battlelog.
The tweaks made and tested on CTE servers will then be implemented on a?regular PC, and other gaming platforms if possible.
Battlefield 4 is a first-person shooter game that was released during ?the late months of 2013. The game was a commercial success for EA. The game received praises and criticisms from players and critics alike.
The fourth installment of ?Battlefield series got high marks for its graphics, gameplay and multiplayer options. However, critics and players alike complained that the single-player campaign mode storyline was uninspiring and too short. Bugs and glitches were already noted shortly after its launching. Dragon?s Teeth is the fourth DLC pack for the game. A fifth DLC pack is expected, however there’s ?little information about its contents.
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