Treyarch has released the first patch for Call of Duty: Black Ops 2.
It has to be something of an exciting thing to most PS3 owners suffering a multitude of problems. The game out last week and has been reviewed decently by many outlets with some of them praising Treyarch’s ability to take risks, and push the franchise is a proper direction. The game has also sold a phenomenal amount of copies, and we’d rather not go into detail here.
Here are the patch notes for the game (via MP1st).
- Max FOV increased to 90
- Fix: Horse falling through the world in Afghanistan when playing on some CPUs with 4 or more cores
- Fix: RC-XD and the AGR sinking into the map in MP when playing on some CPUs with 4 or more cores
- General performance improvements in SP, MP, and ZM for CPUs with 4 or more cores
- Fix: crash when a 7th player tries to join a 6 player league lobby
- Improved dedicated server matchmaking
- Fix: some cases of “Connection Interrupted” in MP while loading into a match
This patch seems mostly for the PC, and we will keep you updated if the PS3 issues are resolved or not.