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Back 4 Blood Update and Patch Notes, Today, October 12

By Sam Woods

October 12, 2021

After months of anticipation, the Left 4 Dead spiritual successor, Back 4 Blood has launched on consoles and PC.

The title, developed by Turtle Rock Studios, a company which is made up of ex Left 4 Dead developers, has been received well as players team up with their friends to take on hordes of dangerous undead.

As with all games when they launch, however, there is always likely to be bugs and problems that affect the gameplay.

Thankfully, Turtle Rock Studios are well and truly on it, releasing the game’s first patch just days after the Special Edition was released and on the launch of the Standard Edition.

So, here is everything you need to know about the Back 4 Blood update that took place today, October 12, including the full patch notes.

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What’s Changing in This Patch?

Unfortunately, as the game has just launched, there’s no new content that’s being added. Instead, the developers have added a range of hotfixes for a multitude of different problems.

Full Patch Notes for the October 12 Back 4 Blood Update

Below, you can find the full patch notes for the October 12 Back 4 Blood update, as shared by Turtle Rock Studios themselves:

Xbox One, One X, Series X, Series S
– Resolved a high frequency crash

PC – Windows, Steam, EGS
– Resolved lag and possible crashes caused by text entry on PC platforms
(Windows Only) Addressed a performance issue encountered by some users
(Steam Only) Dialogue Language can now be set to any non-English supported language 

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Sam Woods
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Sam is the Managing Editor at DualShockers. He's been playing video games for as long as he can remember and you can regularly find him on his Nintendo Switch. When he's not playing games, he'll no doubt be suffering watching his beloved Ipswich Town.

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