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post from EA Support
admits that yesterday's launch of the China Rising
expansion for Premium Members of Battlefield 4
has introduced additional
gameplay issues to the military shooter sequel (thanks
). Also, a
DICE's Mikael Hedberg
) admits the patch for the Windows edition that accompanied the
expansion only partially addressed the one shot kill bug
, as half the
problem is still waiting on fix. He says: "@barklassiebark there's another
related issue. It's not quite the OHK, but it's related to how you die and may
display as a OHK,"
"@barklassiebark it looks similar from the target's point of view. we are
testing a fix." Here's the post from EA Help:
While exploring new
battlegrounds in the Battlefield 4 expansion, China Rising, you may run into an
occasional hiccup, issue, glitch, or problem that could interrupt or prohibit
Below, find all the gameplay affecting issues we’re currently aware of and
tracking, as well as any workarounds or troubleshooting for issues we may have
confirmed or discovered:
Be sure to check the Battlefield 4 base-game troubleshooting information for any
issues as well.
The following are issues you may run in to when playing Battlefield 4 China
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||Re: More Battlefield 4 Issues
||Dec 4, 2013, 13:08
|The sad thing is, this game is fucking amazing, IF the stars are aligned and you have a decent connection to a decent server and nothing crashes. Shooting choppers and jets down with a tank is still hilarious, as is mowing down infantry trying to run up and C4 my tank. I've been using the attack jet more as well, it's stupidly fun even with my mouse/keyboard setup and no separate sensitivity settings.
I'm starting to get the classic "Your Connection to EA Online was lost" issue again, which is extremely aggravating. If that happens, of course you are immediately disconnected from the actual game, which can crash/disconnect you on its own with ease.
Oh well, holiday sales are here again; I gave in and bought Far Cry 3 for like 7.49 or whatever, could be time to play some single player FPS action.
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