Sofa-nerfing Battlefield Hardline patch out now


Battlefield Hardline's sofa-nerfing patch is out now.

As well as reducing the health of the shooter's physics-defying sofa, update 1.0.2. rebalances a raft of the game's weapons, and adds the rent-a-server functionality to the console versions.

PC players will be particularly interested to hear developer Visceral has optimised the Battlefield Hardline game engine to increase graphics performance while anti-cheat system Punkbuster is running.

The patch notes for each version are over at Battlelog.

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