Battlefield 5 December 11th update released, full release notes revealed

DICE has released a new update for Battlefield 5. This patch is 650MB in size and fixes an issue where high-level Recon players lost access to the Throwing Knife and adjusts the initial respawn count on specific maps in Domination mode.

Moreover, this patch fixes broken audio when watching the tutorial videos and fixes a crash that could occur when being in the Practice Range as a squad, a crash that could occur when viewing the Tides of War menu, as well as a crash that could occur when playing the Nordlys War Story.

Last but not least, thanks to the December 11th update players no longer get spotted on the mini-map after killing an enemy, and it also corrects the Tides of War countdown notice to show the correct number of days.

As always, Origin will download this patch the next time you launch its client and you can find its complete changelog below.

Battlefield 5 December 11th Release Notes

  • Players no longer get spotted on the mini-map after killing an enemy.
  • Fixed an issue where high-level Recon players lost access to the Throwing Knife.
  • Adjusted the initial respawn count on specific maps in Domination mode.
  • Fixed a crash that could occur when being in the Practice Range as a squad.
  • Fixed a crash that could occur when viewing the Tides of War menu.
  • Fixed a crash that could occur when playing the Nordlys War Story.
  • Corrected the Tides of War countdown notice to show the correct number of days.
  • Fixed broken audio when watching the tutorial videos.

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