We have some great news now for those of you that play the PC version of the hugely popular Call of Duty: Black Ops game, as we’ve just heard that the PC patch 1.09 has now gone live on Steam. What’s more is that the full list of changes has also been revealed.
According to a recent computerandvideogames.com article by Tom Ivan, the news of the patch was confirmed on Twitter by community manager Josh Olin, who also mentioned that the developer is still planning on releasing Mod Tools before the end of this month.
The new CoD: Black Ops patch 1.09 not only adds support for Mods in preparation of the upcoming tools launch, but it’s also addressed a number of multiplayer and zombie exploits and fixed an issue which occasionally required the repurchase of clan tags and emblems on weapons.
It’s also prevented a rare invulnerability issue from occurring, improved memory utilization in multiplayer, addressed an issue where some players could not receive zombie invites and improved the DLC filter in the server browser, so players can hide servers that are running content they don’t own.
The update has also fine-tuned napalm and bombing-run damage indoors, replaced the RPG with Grim Reaper in Gun Game Wager Match and made it so that demolition bombs can no longer explode and be defused at the same time. You can read about the other changes via CVG.
Are you happy with the changes that have been made in the PC patch 1.09?
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