We have just informed you about a new patch going live for the PC version of Call of Duty: Black Ops, but now we have confirmation that Treyarch will also be working on getting the party matchmaking problems sorted.
When answering a collection of user questions related to problems within the game, Treyarch’s Design Director David Vonderhaar responded via Twitter with some important information in terms of the obvious matchmaking issues that some of you have been experiencing.
Here is what he had to say on the matter when asked if matchmaking was going to be sorted for various multiplayer game types: ”Yes. We already made some tweaks and more will be coming for party based matchmaking.”
We’ve seen the issues ourselves and thy seem to occur the most when you are attempting to join a multiplayer game with a large group of friends in our party. Obviously it is very frustrating having to keep inviting friends over and over when some get shut out of games, and games are started without your full party.
Hopefully it won’t be too long till this separate patch goes live – we’ll keep you updated as always.
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