Call of Duty Black Ops 4 November 23rd patch adds Auto Mantle option, fixes various crashes

Treyarch has released a brand new update for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. According to the release notes, the November 23rd patch adds an option in the Controls menu to toggle Auto Mantle on or off and resolves an issue where enabling Sprint Cancels Reload would disable Auto Mantle.

Furthermore, this latest patch fixes a crash that could occur when a player quit immediately as they were being killed, a crash that could occur if a player disconnected while swimming in the water in Icebreaker and a rare crash that could occur when a player left a match shortly after joining.

Last but not least, the November 23rd patch closes an exploit that allowed players to use extra Perks, which also caused the game to crash, in the Zombies mode.

As always, the Blizzard app (Battlenet) will download this latest patch the next time you launch its client and you can find its complete changelog below.

Call of Duty Black Ops 4 November 23rd Patch Release Notes

General

  • Gameplay
    • Added an option in the Controls menu to toggle Auto Mantle on or off. Applies to Multiplayer and Blackout.
    • Resolved an issue where enabling Sprint Cancels Reload would disable Auto Mantle.

Multiplayer

  • Stability
    • Fixed a crash that could occur when a player quit immediately as they were being killed.
    • Fixed a crash that could occur if a player disconnected while swimming in the water in Icebreaker.
    • Fixed a rare crash that could occur when a player left a match shortly after joining.

Zombies

  • Stability
    • Closed an exploit that allowed players to use extra Perks, which also caused the game to crash.

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