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Call of Duty Black Ops: PC Patch Update Live – Problems Fixed?

We have some good news for those of you with the PC version of Call of Duty: Black Ops, as we can confirm that Treyarch has just put out a new patch update for the game, aiming to fix up some of the problems which some of you are facing.

Treyarch’s community manager Josh Olin has posted a new message on the official Call of Duty boards, detailing some of the areas that have been improved in the game.

The patch update will increase the server sv_maxrate to 25000 to improve lag problems, while Treyarch state that the overall performance has been improved for dual core and quad core users.

Aside from a few other fixes, Treyarch also list a few fixes which will be included in the next patch update, these include things like improvements to quickmatch joining and a fix to stop the ‘game session’ error message in Zombie mode.

You’ll find a full list of the changes in the patch notes here. Let us know if your experience has improved as a result of the PC patch, or if you are still having problems.



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