Call of Duty Black Ops Patch: Diverse Issues

For those of you living under a rock or waiting to fly on a certain mission to the International Space Station, Call of Duty: Black Ops was released a couple of days ago, and since then has had mixed reactions. There are a number of issues with the latest COD game, and we are not talking poor graphics. Treyarch know this and has said that they will release a patch, which we discussed in a recent post.

There are a number of diverse issues that needs to be fixed, and you were not slow in sharing what you want to see patched first. Before we get started, there are some readers who believe that too many games get rushed, which is why they need a patch shortly after release.

One issue that needs to be solved is slow menus, another issues that keeps happening to users is money being reset, has that happened to you? Another issue that has been annoying gamers is with respawn and not being able to skip cutscenes.

There have been more issues with the PC version of Black Ops; the most obvious is the 100 percent use of the processor. However, most people hope that a patch would be able to solve the issue with the sound.

How long will you wait for this patch before you give up on the game?

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Written by Peter Chubb

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