Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 PC Patch Improves Performance On Multi-CPUs, Increases FOV to 90

Treyarch has released a new update for the PC version of Black Ops 2 that improves performance – in every campaign – on PC systems with two or four CPU cores, increases FOV to 90 and improves dedicated server matchmaking. This update will be auto-downloaded and you can view its complete changelog below. Unfortunately we’ve uninstalled Treyarch’s title so we can’t see whether those performance┬áimprovements are noticeable. Enjoy!
Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 PC Update:
-Max FOV increased to 90
-Fix: Horse falling through the world in Afghanistan when playing on some CPUs with 4 or more cores
-Fix: RC-XD and the AGR sinking into the map in MP when playing on some CPUs with 4 or more cores
-General performance improvements in SP, MP, and ZM for CPUs with 4 or more cores
-Fix: crash when a 7th player tries to join a 6 player league lobby
-Improved dedicated server matchmaking
-Fix: some cases of “Connection Interrupted” in MP while loading into a match
Launch Trailer - Official Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Video

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