The lights are on
EA and DICE continue to perform field repairs on Battlefield 4. This time, Xbox One users should be seeing improvement from a patch that is now live on that platform.
This update fixes a variety of crashing problems, reduces (but not eliminates) the chance of a corrupted save file, and addresses a problem with going online after the Xbox One was in a suspended state (a core function of the console).
Here’s the entire rundown:
Let us know how the patch works for you once you have a chance install it. Good luck, soldier.
Our TakeThis is just embarrassing. I’m stunned that EA and DICE haven’t figured out how to eliminate the problem of save game corruption. I don’t understand how the title wasn't ready to deal with Xbox One’s suspend/resume functionality. I am blown away like a levelution’d skyscraper at the description of some of the things that caused crashes (checking the scoreboard and using voice chat).
EA and DICE traded in their reputations to make the ship date. I just hope that gamers (and investors) remember that next time the duo are getting ready to come to market.
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