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Post by Eorl @ 11:43am 14/01/14 | 1 Comments
With development on all future projects now halted, Battlefield 4 developer DICE has released their sixth patch for the PC version, hoping to bring further stability fixes, bug squishes, and even a little jet rebalancing.

Among the large list of fixes are a number of key changes, including normalising repair rates across all vehicles, a 25% increase for the Stealth Jet 20mm cannons and general handling changes to each of the jets available in-game. Fixes were also made to camera glitching, sound issues on certain graphical profiles and the long-awaited fix for the killer health in kill card not being correctly updated.

The full patch notes are available for viewing at the official Battlelog post here. A server update was also rolled out shortly after the client patch, enabling the Live Scoreboard for all game servers and fixes to five server crashes.



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ph33x
Posted 12:15pm 14/1/14
I thought this video was quite good and I'd like to see this s*** patched out once and for all. (I'll still play, even though it's retarded) - I wouldn't be concerned about the accent of the guy, his articulation beats most English speakers and the video is concise and quite informative for those not totally aware.

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