We all have a favorite map in Call of Duty Black Ops 2 and one of ours has to be Hijacked, although this map also has to be one of the worst for spawn system problems. Since the games release we have heard from a number of our readers in regard to the Black Ops 2 spawn system being broken, and while we knew it had been bad at points it hadn’t been enough for us to publish an article on. This all changed this week once we got hands-on again in preparation for the new Revolution DLC.
If you are a Black Ops 2 player then you would know that Hijacked is set on a boat and has to be one of the maps that best shows how bad the spawn system is, which is even more clear when you spot other gamers finding horrible ways to perform spawn trapping. We have featured a video below this article that showcases spawn trapping in Black Ops 2 on Hijacked, and while this is only going to make people hate gamers that do this, it is good to highlight this problem in the hope that it gets fixed.
There’s nothing worse than finding other gamers spawning just behind you on Hijacked, or any map, so we would love to hear your thoughts on this and spawn problems you’ve experienced in Black Ops 2? Are you happy with the spawn system in this version of Call of Duty?
Black Ops 2 freezing a problem still for some on PS3 – you only need to look at our article from last month, which revealed a number of gamers are still experiencing problems with their PS3 crashing and freezing while playing Black Ops 2. This isn’t an issue all PS3 players are complaining about, but the developers have acknowledged it and are trying to fix with patch 1.05.
Some PS3 gamers claim they found a way to fix the freezing on the PS3 version of Black Ops 2, which involves uninstalling the texture pack although we are sure this would be something most PS3 owners would prefer to avoid. It might be worth holding out for the next patch before thinking about uninstalling the texture pack.
Are you happy with the way Black Ops 2 performs for you in multiplayer and zombies mode, and if not what would you like to see fixed in the next update?
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