Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War has had many bug fixes since it was released earlier this month. The developer, Treyarch, wants to let players know about the changes he makes to the shooter, so he creates a Trello board. Players can check it to see the status of future fixes.
“This doesn’t serve as a comprehensive list of known issues (some of which are listed below), but here we do our best to track larger issues of particular interest to the community. Please read the post on Treyarch’s official website. .. “For more information on how to report a bug on a particular platform, where to contact player support, and when a particular fix will be released.”
The board contains known issues in both multiplayer and zombie modes, as well as common bugs that the studio wants to address quickly. It also contains information about previous and future updates, as well as information about the Black Ops Cold War roadmap starting December 10.
Treyarch today released a major update to Black Ops Cold War. The update that originally undermined everyone’s favorite gun, the MP5, has actually been reverted with this latest update. Treyarch said nerf “will be back in a future update.”
A special DLC bundle based on Nuketown, one of the most notorious maps in the series, is also available now. You must be logged in by December 3rd to get it. The DLC pack comes with 10 Nuketown-themed items, including weapon blueprints, weapon charms, emblems and calling cards.