DICE Rolls Out New Updates For Battlefield 4 & Battlelog, Changelogs Included

Battlefield 4 v6

DICE has released a new update for Battlefield 4, as well as a new server update for Battlelog. According to the release notes, these new updates come with various fixes, miscellaneous stability fixes that further reduce the number of client crashes and server side crash fixes, including the top seen crashes on R14. These updates will be auto-downloaded and you can view their changelogs below.

Battlefield 4 December 9th PC Update Changelog:

-Fixed one of the most frequently occurring client crashes
-Fixed broken collision on containers with open doors. The bug previously made grenades bounce back even though the doors were open.
-Fixed a bug in Defuse mode where defenders could win the round by killing all the attackers without disarming the bomb, if the bomb was disarmed in the previous round.
-Miscellaneous stability fixes further reducing the number of client crashes
-Fixed side gunner jitter when aiming in attack boats & transport helicopters
-Fixed some instances of frame rate drops when shooting at large Levolution objects after they have been destroyed (like the radar dish on Rogue Transmission)
-Fixed broken aiming for passengers on the China Rising dirt bike
-Fixed a bug where the sound when capturing a flag was not playing correctly
-Removed a bug that would double save during MP round transition and SP level transition. This fix will reduce the occurrence of corrupted save files.

Battlelog R15 Server Update Notes:

-Various server side crash fixes, including the top seen crashes on R14
-Activated the reservedSlotsList.aggressiveJoin command that enables VIP players and server administrators directly joining full servers
-Client patch compatibility to make servers compatible with the Dec 09 client update

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