In the past few days, I have experienced quite a few times of game collapse, while searching for an answer I came across this answer provided by Andre Da Costa; an Independent Consultant, Windows Insider MVP, and Windows & Devices for IT MVP.
Probably one of the WIN10 updates created a problem with a folder in one of the WIN10 system32 folder.
This is what it is possible to do in 2 ways which are the same as just 2 simple actions at the convenience of the user:
1) Press Windows key + R
C: \ Windows \ system32 \ config \ systemprofile \ AppData \ Local \
* If you receive a message that there is no such folder, follow the path manually and create the folder
Create the TileDataLayer folder
Open it then create another folder called Database
2) Open a CMD shell as Administrator.
That started me off in c: \ Windows \ system32.
cd config \ systemprofile \ AppData \ Local
There have been no crashes since I performed this
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Thank you for taking time out to post this so others can stumble across it. Was the exact error when the game crashed "Error 455?"
I can't say I know why this Windows 1903 update bug should affect Battlefield. According to https://www.tenforums.com/windows-10-news/133041-known-resolved-issues-windows-10-may-2019-update-ve... it's known to affect color profiles and perhaps Nvidia drivers so I guess the reason is there somewhere.