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Black Ops: Treyarch Warns Against Glitches and Hacks

Earlier today we revealed a Call of Duty: Black Ops hack which allowed players to reach the 15th prestige instantly, now Treyarch’s Black Ops multiplayer designer (David Vonderhaar) has addressed all of the reports of Black Ops glitches and hacks.

Vonderhaar reassures gamers by saying that Tryearch’s constructive, measured, and well-managed live ops team will support the game as promised, he also suggest that a lot of the hacks (which may include the 15th prestige hack) do not work on the public build of the game, he also stated that dev builds do not connect to the same version of Xbox Live that you use.

Obviously it is inevitable that the game will have a few glitches, however Treyarch suggest that they will hotfix and patch any problems found, let’s just hope they act quicker than Infinity Ward, in my opinion IW took far too long fixing MW2’s Care Package glitch and the Javelin glitch.

Vonderhaar pretty much summed everything up with the following statement:

“I thank all of you who sent in polite, constructive messages without the hysterics. So here is my one and only public statement about it. I’m not going to talk about it publicly. We are disinterested in making mini-celebrities out of douche-bags. You better think twice before you glitch. You never know who in your game doesn’t like glitchers who reports you and saves the game in their File Share and tells us about it. Our forum admins and VIPs along with JD_2020 (Community Manager) will be managing the communication directly.”

It is nice to hear that Treyarch has a voice and are keen to inform gamers that hacks and glitches may not be as real as YouTube videos suggest, I guess time will tell whether they keep their promise of great support.

Do you think Treyarch will keep Black Ops gamers happy?

Source: NowGamer

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