It has been a rough two weeks for Battlefield 4 players on PS4. The game is no doubt fun, but the large amount of bugs and glitches made this version of the game quite a pain to play. This includes the dreaded CE error that deleted your single player saved data and booted you back to the XMB.
Dice has heard the troubles and has finally released a patch. The goal of the patch is to increase stability and make the CE error less likely to happen. Here are the following things the patch fixes:
- Fixed common crashes that could occur when changing weapons or maps
- Reduced the probability of a corrupted save file in the single player campaign
- Fixed a crash occurring when resuming the single player campaign
- Fixed a bug where accessing PlayStation Plus subscription resulted in a connection error
- Improved performance when shooting at destroyed Levolution objects
Battlefield 4 launched November 15 for the PS4’s launch in North America. It wasn’t smooth sailing for those who picked up the game. While it has taken a while to get the patch at least European gamers can rest assured they won’t experience the same problems as North American gamers when the PS4 launches there November 29.