New update released for Black Ops 4

Call of Duty was a locomotive game for FPS genre for years, but unfortunately, developers made too many mistakes and the series become more and more boring over years. But one of the most successful Call of Duty developers, Treyarch finally made a game which is well received from both gamers and critics. Black Ops 4 is rocking with new Blackout mod a dominating every top selling list. And it will stay like this until Red Dead Redemption 2 comes out. But Treyarch also continues working on the game and released a new update for Black Ops 4.

Black Ops 4 patch notes

Here are the details about Black Ops 4 October 21 update:

Black Ops Pass owners now receive a one-time bonus of 1,000 COD Points and 300 Nebulium Plasma.
COD Points can now be used to advance Black Market Tiers, access Special Orders in the Black Market, and acquire Nebulium Plasma in Zombies on PS4 (other platforms to follow next week).
Special Orders now available in Black Market on PS4 (other platforms to follow next week).
Resolved an error associated with equipping a Signature Weapon, equipping an attachment, then re-equipping the same Signature Weapon.
Resolved an error associated with removing a Signature Weapon with any attachment equipped.
Full parties of 6 can now play in Chaos Domination.
Resolved an issue where Camos did not apply properly to weapons.
Resolved an issue where the incorrect Pack-a-Punch Camo was applied to a weapon with attachments equipped.?
We’ve also made the following update specific to PC:
Incorporated changes detailed in yesterday’s console game update.
Enabled Timeline Editor in Theater.
Resolved an issue that triggered a UI error when editing an Emblem.
Stability Improvements
Resolved crashes during the first seconds after launching the game.
Resolved crashes when exiting the game.
Resolved crashes when dropping from a match.
Resolved crashes when changing the graphics settings.
Resolved crashes in the checkout page.
Resolved rendering issues with some special effects when playing with a wide FOV.
Resolved rendering issues with “missing” grass in Blackout.

Murat Oktay

Video games have been my passion for as long as I can remember. I have been writing and managing in the game industry for more than 30 years. I've been playing Diablo 2 nonstop since it first came out.

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