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Battlefield 4 Bug at South China Sea - Valkyrie

Battlefield 4 bug that makes you restart your game from the last checkpoint.

While running through the Campaign mode in Battlefield 4, I ran across a bug that causes you to have to restart your game. So I thought I would tell you, so you would at least be prepared, as there seems to be no fix or work-around for it just yet. 

Where to find it...

During the third mission of the campaign mode you find yourself in the South China Sea, trying to escape the invasion of enemy forces. While on the Valkyrie ship, you are to reach the top of the deck so you can give information to the your commanding officer. 

Once you reach the lower deck, you are caught defending the ship from enemy helicopters--just so it doesn't tear apart while you are directing your squad to the top. Once you clear the area you are to take the information from one of your squad members and climb up a ladder to the top of the ship.

When you start to head up the ladder, the screen will flutter or lag a bit and then without any warning, the game launches you way back into the sea and you are separated from your squad. There is no way to come back from this other than quitting your game and starting from the last checkpoint. You are literally lost at sea with your squad waiting in the distance.

All the problems...

Battlefield 4 is starting to make a lot of gamers mad because of the amount of problems the game has in single-player and multiplayer modes. I, for one, am getting tired of the game crashing, as I'm sure most of you are experiencing. Hopefully in the next couple of days, they will come out with an update that will fix a majority of the issues! 

Now, I was playing the PC version of the game, but I have heard some rumours that the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions are experiencing just as much difficulty. What's been your Battlefield 4 experience so far? 

Check out ChizeloffdaBlock's Guide List for more bugs, fixes, and guides!

Published Nov. 2nd 2013
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