Call of Duty Black Ops 3 was officially released this November 6 and a number of those who got the game on launch were unsatisfied with their purchase because of several bugs that plagued the game. Even up to now, several problems still persist. Here are the latest Call of Duty Black Ops 3 news.
Having problems playing COD BLOPS 3 multiplayer since the game launched? According to Forbes, the PS4 server had a ?not good? server status during the weekend. As of writing, the PS4 server status is now listed as ?good?, but with Activision noting that some regions are reportedly experiencing connectivity issues.
Only the PS4 servers reportedly have this problem as the other console?s server are ?fully operational?. You can check the server status for each console here.
Having a good gaming rig on your PC doesn?t ensure you of an enjoyable experience of playing COD BLOPS 3. According to Kotaku, the PC version of the game was broken at launch as bugs and crash were regular occurrence for many, making the game ?completely unplayable?. A patch went live over the weekend but the issues remain to be fixed, the report said.
According to Kotaku, the problem was encountered despite using an i5-4690 with a GTX980 and 16GB of RAM. Treyarch recommended users to do the following in order to fix the problem:
?We have noticed that some systems get better input response with FPS Cap set just below refresh rate. If you have a 60hz monitor, you can try enabling Vsync and setting your FPS Cap to 58.?
Have you found all the Easter eggs in COD BLOPS 3? According to the developers, they have provided more Easter eggs in the game after they saw numerous fans happily unravel hidden content in COD BLOPS 2, Gamerant reported. ?”[Campaign Director Jason] Blundell believes that the easter eggs in Black Ops 3 will provide a challenge for players, even for easter egg hunters that have quickly solved even the most complicated puzzles and hints in prior Call of Duty games,? Gamerant wrote.