New Battlefield 4 updates and fixes includes weapons

Whenever there is a new Battlefield game we know that things are never perfect and takes several months or longer to get right, and so seeing DICE still trying to make tweaks even to the sound a gun makes comes as no surprise to us. And this is just what is happening as we speak because the developer is currently testing several Battlefield 4 updates.

DICE has been teasing some of these BF4 updates on Twitter and will include fixes to a handful of weapons, such as guns and grenades. All of the Battlefield improvements have been listed on VG247, but we can tell you the devs have been very busy.

We can see that they have been working on rebalancing Hand Flares, Heli, DMR, RGO, V40 and a few more.

This rebalancing will mean that the V40 will have a more realistic sound, although the main reason is to make it less effective as a weapon in the hope of reducing spam.

Improvements will also me made to the spectator mode because the current system is outdated, so will be interesting to see what they come up with.

While Battlefield 4 is still a long way from perfect this rebalancing will make it much better, but time will tell how much better. The last update to the Xbox One version of this game at least was last month.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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