Developer Dice has said it has fixed the common stability issues with the PS4 version of Battlefield 4.
Since release on November 15, the PS4 version of BF4 has been plagued with numerous critical issues that incite frequent crashes, the loss of campaign saved data and a complete inability to connect to 64-player Conquest servers.
Dice says it has fixed some issues with a server-side update, and promises a full title update next week.
"We have recently identified and eliminated three of the most common crash issues on PS4 in a hotfix," said the developer, leaving out specifics on exactly what has been improved.
"We will continue to investigate and eliminate stability issues as we find them. We have a game update on PS4 in the works for the week of Nov 25 and will be able to share details on it soon," it added.
A 260MB title update for the Xbox 360 version of the shooter was deployed on Friday, said to feature "a few stability improvements and crash fixes, coupled with miscellaneous minor tweaks".
In CVG's Battlefield 4 review we said the game is a "bombastic start to the next generation of shooters, especially in multiplayer".