The Battlefield Franchise Website has a status report on the pending version 1.50 patch for Battlefield 2, DICE's modern military shooter. They say they have held back the release of the patch due to the discovery of the existence of third-party exploits for the game that are being used to crash servers and clients and spoof accounts. They have decided to roll their fixes for these exploits into the version 1.50 patch rather than issue that patch and then address the exploits separately. They offer "winter" as an ETA. A separate update about Battlefield 2142 says they have worked with GameSpy and their Ranked Server providers to address an issue that prevented the game server browser from returning a complete list of Battlefield 2142 servers. They say their fixes are working and server lists are returning to normal, though it may take longer in some area to see these results.
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