Treyarch reveal bug fixes & more coming to Black Ops Cold War
Since Black Ops Cold War’s dispatch, a few fans have blamed Treyarch for being delayed to fix predominant bugs and different issues in the latest Call of Duty portion.
It’s a serious regular protest in the gaming local area, with fans quick to see brief activity taken at whatever point something in-game isn’t functioning as it ought to.
Fortunately, Treyarch’s responsive local area supervisor and BOCW Trello board have given us a thought of what we can expect in future updates, and there’s a large group of disappointing bugs down to be arranged. They are as per the following:
H.A.R.P. neglecting to show all foes
Fireteam Dirty Bomb mode just permitting matches on Alpine
Negative CoD focuses balance
Meddling HUD messages in FTDB
H.A.R.P Scorestreak fix
Likely the main one is an issue with the H.A.R.P. scorestreak. Known as the Blackbird, Orbital V-SAT and HATR in past Treyarch games, this scorestreak offers a live gander at the area and bearing of all foe colleagues.
In any case, players have seen that, in the weeks after its usage, certain foes neglect to show. This is massively disappointing for players who have procured the amazing scorestreak, just to pass on to a concealed adversary who ought to have showed up on their minimap.
Fortunately, this issue is presently recorded as having a booked fix, which means we can expect a fix very soon, maybe on January 26.
Fireteam Dirty Bomb
Following up, Treyarch have reacted to an issue that sees Fireteam Dirty Bomb players just finding Alpine, notwithstanding Ruka and Sanatorium being the mode’s pivot.
Josh Torres, Treyarch’s Community Manager, reacted to state that Treyarch are “following this issue however I don’t have any updates right now.” A fix on this one could be somewhat more slow, yet we can expect one soon now it’s on Treyarch’s radar.
Negative CoD point adjusts
At long last, fixes for negative CoD point adjusts and HUD notices in FTDB are additionally booked. The previous, rather strangely, saw players being informed that their CoD point adjusts were under zero, while the last saw nosy messages about explosion staying on screen for a really long time.
Both these issues ought to be annihilated in Black Ops Cold War’s next update. For a full thought of the fixes Treyarch are exploring and have fixed, look at their devoted Trello board.