DICE and EA have officially confirmed that a pretty beefy Fall patch for Battlefield 4 is on the way. The game's live producer David Sirland revealed the news in a blog post over on the Battlefield Blog.
"Tweaks and fixes incoming!", he writes. "We are happy to inform you that the anticipated Fall Patch for Battlefield 4 is right around the corner. The certification has started on several platforms and the Fall Patch is targeted for release at the end of September."
In terms of new fixes and tweaks there's way, way too much to list here, but a couple of highlights are the addition of a new Obliteration Competitive sub-game mode and the restoration of Battlefield 3-style movement. The game's dodgy netcode is also being majorly reworked. Find the full list of currently announced changes here.
"This small list of features only scratch the surface of what we want to look at," claims Sirland. "A full list of our goals with this initiative will be published on the CTE (Community Test Environment) this week if you are interested what we’ll be working on in following releases."
If you're a Battlefield 4 Premium owner you can sign up for the CTE here.