DICE will be releasing a Battlefield 4 PC patch this week to fix a "one-hit-kill" bug that multiplied damage on a single bullet.
Polygon reports the patch will also fix audio bugs and crashes. A patch for the PS4 was released last week for the PS4 version of the game.
DICE said the update "should further decrease the amount of crashes and increase the overall stability of the game."
This patch will fix crashes that happen when changing weapons and maps, according to Polygon. It will decrease the chances of a corrupt save file, single-player campaign crashes, connection errors for PlayStation Plus, and better performance when shooting destroyed Levolution objects.
"We will continue to increase stability going forward, stay tuned," read a post from DICE. The company recently said they are not proud of the launch problems the game had and are vowing to make the game perfect.
"I am extremely proud of the people at DICE and everyone across EA that contributed to the development of Battlefield 4," said Karl Magnus Troedsson, general manager at DICE. "However, I am less proud to see that the game has experienced some turbulence during the launch period. While some platforms have had only minor problems, others have had more than their fair share of issues. Resolving the launch issues is our #1 priority."
Most of the problems have occurred for the PC and PS4, and it is unclear whether the Xbox One will be getting an update.
Today for Cyber Monday, Battlefield 4 is available for $39.99 at all GameStops, which is a $20 savings off the regular price. Certain titles are 50% off on the Xbox 360 reports Polygon.
Battlefield 4 was released on Oct. 29 for the PS3, Xbox 360, and PC, the PS4 on Nov. 15, and the Xbox One on Nov. 22.