Battlefield: Hardline's about to get a new patch that should help fix problems with server crashes and map spawn issues. It'll also make a few alterations to bullet flinch and other gameplay systems.
Right now the update is in testing, but Visceral has posted on Battlelog with a preliminary list of planned fixes.
There's a few notable changes; RPGs looted from car trunks (where everyone keeps their rocket-propelled explosives!) will now only have one ammo, and their explosive radius has been reduced. Team Deathmatch spawn zones have been adjusted, and bullet impact 'twitch' has been reduced.
For the full list of expected patch notes, head here. We'll keep an eye out for a set date for the new update.