Battlefield 4 "One Hit Kill" Bug Fixed with New Patch
Since it's release, Battlefield 4 has been a fairly successful title that has brought in gamers from the PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and now the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, but despite being out for over a month now, players are still reporting problems and issues with the game. However, DICE have been working on it since launch and are spending a lot of time into pushing out patches to fix the bugs.
A new patch has been released by DICE to fix various bugs and glitches, including the "one hit kill" bug that allowed players to kill enemies with one hit to the head, even when using assault rifles that don't do 100% damage even when the 2x headshot multiplier is added.
A few other bug fixes were applied in this week's patch as well, including a few audio issues, some graphics effects, and worked on some crashes, freezes and network issues. Whilst the main platform for this patch was for PC, it also applies to the Xbox One which will also have fixes for stability and performance.
You can see the full PC patch notes below:
+Removed the blur effect on soldiers that appeared when Commanders were using EMP attacks.
+Fixed the audio bug where audio sometimes randomly dropped out while playing on certain multiplayer maps (typically Golmud Railway and Hainan Resort)
+Fixed the "one-hit kill bug" where occasionally damage from a single bullet was applied multiple times.
+Fixed a common crash that would occur when exiting from the Single Player Campaign to Main Menu.
+Tweaked the network and computer performance screen to show proper values. Players can now test their computer and network connection and get recommendations if they need to adjust something to improve their gameplay experience.