With most of this year’s big holiday titles now on store shelves, ’tis the season for incoming patches and updates. Over on EA’s Battlefield 3 Blog, DICE has announced that they’ll be publishing a “significant” Battlefield 3 update for the PC next week.
According to the post, users can look forward to “improved polish, stability, weapons balancing, squad control functionality, user interface enhancements, and several feature enhancements that address feedback the community has provided to date.” The patch also promises to fix the “negative mouse acceleration” some users have reported experiencing.
DICE also issued a word of warning in the post to cheaters and stat boosters, saying they “continue to analyze data to identify and hold accountable (ban, wipe stats)” guilty players.
The same patch is being developed for consoles, but due to Microsoft and Sony’s certification process, it’s not expected out until shortly after the PC version.
What would you like to see patched in Battlefield 3? How has your experience been thus far with version 1.0 of the game? Let us know in the comments or the forums!