DICE has shared a few details regarding what upcoming PC patch of Battlefield 4 will fix and what are the issues development team are currently working on.
“The next PC update is in the works, and we are tracking to fix a few items you have given us feedback on” wrote DICE on Battlelog.
“Specifically, we are looking at the Commander EMP blur effect that you have noticed, as well as the intermittent sound bug that happens most frequently on the Golmud Railway map.”
DICE further added that release date for this upcoming PC patch is not yet decided, “While we don’t have a solid date for this patch just yet, we just wanted to let you know some of the things we’re looking at right now (besides increasing stability overall.”
In addition to all the above mention issues, DICE is also looking at Battlefield 4 “1 Shot Kill Bug” that was discovered by YouTube user Jackfrags.
DICE said “Finally, Youtuber jackfrags sent us a great video where he demonstrates the so-called ”1 shot kill bug” [youtube.com], where it looks like weapons sometimes deal too much damage (although the real issue might be more complex.) We are reproducing this bug and working to fix it as soon as possible.”
Here is the video footage showcasing Battlefield 4 1 Shot Kill Bug. Let us know in the comment section below what all things you want DICE to fix via this upcoming patch for PC.