DICE has released a new Battlefield 4 patch on PC, PS4, PS3 and Xbox 360, with an Xbox One update also scheduled to launch later on Wednesday.
The studio says the patches introduce "various fixes in regards to general gameplay, graphics, modes, server support, user interface, vehicles and weapons".
They also include bug fixes for the Commander App and expand functionality on Xbox One to include voice support. Individual platform patch notes can be found here.
The patches have been released ahead of the latest Battlefield 4 DLC pack, Dragon's Teeth, which launches next Tuesday, July 15. Non-Premium members can expect to receive access to the expansion two weeks later on July 29.
DICE also said in late June that it had made a number of tweaks to Battlefield 4's core gameplay and Rush mode as a result of its learnings from the Community Test Environment service launched in May.
The Battlefield 4 CTE is currently only available to PC players, who must download a separate client and connect to a special Battlelog. Revisions tested on the special servers are then rolled out to standard PC and console versions of the game when possible.