Activision and Treyarch have released a new update for the PC version of Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. According to its changelog, this update adds support for both the free-trial of Revolution DLC from 5/24-5/28 and the Personalization Pack Community Voting. In addition, the game’s weapons have been re-balanced and some multiplayer issues have been addressed. You can view its complete changelog below.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 PC Update Changelog:
-Added support for free-trial of Revolution DLC from 5/24-5/28. -Added support for Personalization Pack Community Voting. -Improved and expanded who can be the host of a game lobby.
Multiplayer Issues Addressed
-Resolved an issue reported by the community where the reticle would sometimes disappear. -Addressed an issue reported by the community where the Peacekeeper would sometimes disappear after a host migration. -Addressed an issue reported by the community where the Scorestreak progress bar would not fill up. -Fixed an issue reported by the community where the ammo count for the Death Machine and War Machine would reset on round change. -Fixed the player’s character model shifting sideways slightly when the A10F Warthog makes a strafe run. -Addressed an issue with the Death Machine receiving the War Machine’s ammo. C4 will no longer detonate when it touches the front of moving gondolas on Downhill. -Resolved a client freeze when the client continually scrolls Create-a-Class sets while the host of a party changes lobbies and brings the party with them. -Fixed an issue with sound and visual effects not working when a tactical insertion is destroyed by the sliding alien targets on Studio. -Addressed an issue with C4 not being destroyed by the sliding alien targets on Studio. -Resolved an issue with the player floating down slowly when re-spawning if their tactical insertion was placed on a ledge. -Fixed an issue with held Scorestreak weapons not reloading the current ammo upon death.
*Pistols -KAP-40: Damage reduced. -B23R: Damage reduced. -B23R Dual Wield: Damage reduced. -B23R Dual Wield: Hip fire accuracy reduced. *Launchers -FHJ-18: Movement speed increased.
Zombies Issues Addressed
*Global -Resolved an issue with the Grief Leaderboards not updating properly on the first match completed. *Mob of the Dead -Addressed several Zombie pathing issues found by the community. -Addressed an issue that caused Zombies to pile up on the planted Zombie Shield. -Fixed an issue where players could get more Blundergats than intended. -Addressed an issue where you could fall out of the Gondola into unplayable areas. -Addressed an issue where players could mantle into unplayable areas in the Cell House. -Addressed an issue in Grief Mode where players could push each other onto the top of the map in the cell house. -Fixed an issue where players would not receive grenades after a round change. -Fixed an issue where afterlife doors would not show up if you hot joined a game. -Fixed several theater mode issues where the free roam camera could clip out of the world. -Fixed an issue where all players in a co-op game could hear the “click” of an empty Ray Gun. -Addressed an issue where players could revive themselves and fall under staircases. -Fixed an issue where the Hell’s Retriever effects would sometimes vanish. -Fixed an issue where Zombies would not attack players crouched in corners. -Fixed an issue where players could fall through the map after being revived in the Infirmary. -Fixed an issue where random Afterlife markers would show up for players after the first plane trip. *Die Rise -Fixed an issue with Zombies getting stuck in the starting room on Die Rise.
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