DICE will release a stability patch for the PC version of Battlefield 4 the week of Dec. 2, the developer announced via the game's forums.
The patch will remove the game's "one-hit kill" bug, which applied damage from a single bullet multiple times. Other fixes include crashes and audio bugs. The patch is still being verified and does not have a specific release date yet.
Earlier this month, DICE said it wasn't proud of the "turbulence" experienced during the game's launch — which included crashes and instability, especially for the PlayStation 4 and PC versions. A patch released for PS4 last week aimed to fix the game's crashes.
For more on Battlefield 4, check out our review.
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