Battlefield 4 Gets A Day-One Update On The PC

Battlefield 4 v2

DICE has released a day-one update for the PC version of Battlefield 4/Battlelog. According to its changelog, this update features various improvements for the PC in-game Battlelog, fixes an issue that caused a memory leak, removes the Cancel button for finished Missions, and makes “Play Now” for Squad Deathmatch and Domination to work as intended. This patch will be auto-downloaded from Battlelog and you can view its complete changelog below.

Battlefield 4 PC Day-One/Battlelog Update Changelog:

FEATURES & IMPROVEMENTS:
– Added game manuals for various languages and platforms
– We now show your custom emblem on the Soldier page in the mobile app
– You can now choose to use the system language in the Battlelog tablet app
– Made the “Set Active Kit” button in Loadout bigger and more touch-friendly
– Implemented a new look and behavior for all popups, so they look better
– Implemented custom style for checkboxes and radio buttons
– Names for awards and unlocks are now displayed directly in Battle Reports
– Made the emblem bigger on Home and Profile pages
– “Misc” is now showed as the last, not first, category for Dog Tags
– We now show the criteria for unlocking the SP Assignments
– Various improvements for the PC in-game Battlelog
– Added a profanity filter when saving clan tags
– Polish when showing Battlepacks items, so they are more aligned, and also made the boost image bigger
– You can now click on feed event for completed SP levels to see the stats and progression for that user

FIXES:
– Fixed an issue that caused a memory leak
– Play Now for Squad Deathmatch and Domination now works as intended
– Fixed an issue where the Missions tab in the PC in-game Battlelog didn’t load correctly
– Fixed an issue where the New User Experience would show several times for console soldiers
– Fixed an issue for Battle Reports, where the selected soldier wasn’t marked in the scoreboard
– Show tag before name on the Dog Tags, so it is displayed as we do it in-game
– We now should the right cursor, when hovering your soldier portrait in Settings
– Fixed some flickering on iOS6 and iOS5 for the tablet app
– Report button is now shown for users, comments, forum posts etc. in the tablet app
– Removed some Server Browser filter options that weren’t actually supported, and fixed other filters that didn’t work as intended
– Fixed an issue where you couldn’t click the notification icons in the header with BattleScreen open on tablet
– Fixed an issue where the share popup for Battle Reports was cut-off on Android tablets
– Fixed an issue where the Battle Reports overview page wouldn’t show correctly if you didn’t have any favorite Battle Reports
– Fixed an issue where navigating away from and back to BattleScreen would break the map
– Fixed an issue where deeplinking for dog tags and weapons from Battlepacks didn’t always work
– Fixed an issue where completed SP levels would sometimes show multiple times in the feed
– Fixed it so the Punkbuster Needed popup links to the correct Punkbuster page
– Fixed an issue in Loadout, where the info button couldn’t be clicked in IE9
– Fixed an issue where not all stats populated in the in-game Battlelog Soldier tab
– Fixed an issue where the New Player flow would show several times for console soldiers
– Removed the Cancel button for finished Missions
– Various fixes for opening Battlepacks on Battlelog
– Various fixes for the Unified Game Manager
– Various fixes for the popup dialogues
– Various fixes for the PC in-game Battlelog
– Many other small fixes and issues addressed

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