Today EA and Dice have started to roll up the update for Battlefield 4 for Xbox One, should tackles the “sound loop crash”, bugs, glitches, rebalances the Stealth Jet’s 20mm cannons and help to reduces the risk of single-player save file corruption.


Here is the release notes for the Battlefield 4 for the Xbox One

  • Various fixes for improving general stability
  • Fixed various random deadlocks (the so called “sound loop crash”)
  • Fixed flickering in map and minimap on Rogue Transmission and Operation Locker
  • Fixed issue with player spawning under the map in Lancang Dam
  • Fixed broken collision on containers with open doors. The bug previously made grenades bounce back even though the doors were open
  • Fixed an occasional bug where players could experience intermittent engine sound dropouts when driving wheeled IFVs
  • Fixed camera glitch when switching weapons while moving in crouch
  • China Rising: Fixed animation glitch for motorbike passengers ocuring when aiming
  • Increased damage by 25 per cent for the Stealth Jet 20mm cannons
  • Normalized repair rates across all vehicles. Vehicles with lower health points, like aircraft and transport vehicles, now repair more slowly than before
  • Fixed a bug where the M1 Abrams Coaxial HMG ammo box was occasionally blocking the driver’s camera
  • Fix for friendly marker not always showing when needed to, resulting in players shooting team members
  • Fixed problem with killer health in kill card not being correctly updated (showing 100 per cent health even though the soldier was hurt)
  • Fixed a bug where players’ rank icons in the scoreboard would not be updated
  • Fixed issue with soldier health showing 1 HP in killcard instead of 0 HP
  • Fixed a player feedback timing issue where blood was appearing before other damage indicators, and before damage was actually done
  • Reduced the risk of single player campaign save file becoming corrupt
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