New Battlefield 4 server update has improved anti-cheat system
DICE just released a new Battlefield 4 server update, which includes a number of behind the scenes improvement. Chief among those is an update to the anti-cheat system, which should now be even better.
The Battlefield 4 R56 server update (the 56th server update to date) also includes stability updates, but DICE has refrained from releasing specific patch notes for the R56 update.
A message to players and sever operators simply says: “Additional stability and security updates on the back-end followed by server restarts.”
The server update was applied yesterday and is now live for all players on all platforms.
Like with any other popular multiplayer game, cheating is always going to be a factor. Over the years, DICE has made continuous improvement to the software to detect and ban players who cheat. They even deliberately left an exploit in the game last year to catch and ban cheaters.
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