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Published on November 5th, 2013 | by Andy King

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I Need A Repair Here! DICE Rolling Out Battlefield 4 Fixes

The DICE team are hard at work developing and applying server side patches for Battlefield 4 according to a forum thread today at the official site. Since day one, players have been experiencing a doozy of issues with the game on all systems – from server’s crashing, game freezes, progress not tracking and (my personal favourite) the use of a suppressed gun removing sound for all players on the server!

The good news is that the patches can be applied directly to the servers, so Xbox and PS3 gamers don’t have to wait for any arduous patch approval’s from either manufacturer. While you wait, check out the Battlefield 4 multiplayer launch trailer here of all the things you can do (when the game works) in Battlefield 4. Personal favourite at 0:52.



 

 

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