Treyarch has released their first big patch for Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, with notable changes made to the FFAR1 assault rifle, game modes, and Zombies. There were also a number of general fixes. Following the recent fix for the extremely overpowered MP5 submachine gun, Treyarch returned to the drawing board to amend issues with other weapons. The FFAR1 assault rifle, for example, now has an increased recoil, slightly reduced max damage, and a reduced max damage range by 34%. Treyarch has also addressed a range of issues with the DMR 14, Tactical Rifle Charlie, Type 63, and Light machine Guns. Adjustments have been applied to all sniper rifles too, as well as the Magnum Pistol and Shotgun Bravo.
Then we move onto Game Modes. Issues have been addressed in Hardcore, Search & Destroy, and Free-For-All. Friendly fire system transitions, bomb bugs, and spawning errors have been addressed across a range of Game Modes, including Hardcore, Search & Destroy, Free-For-All, and CDL Hardpoint.
More generally, Treyarch has looked at fixing bugs in multiplayer matches, Weapons/Ammo Caches, firing locked-on missiles, various stability issues and a glitch occurring within Search & Destroy.
In the undead world of Zombies, Treyarch has fixed gameplay issues, such as general zombie pathing, stability bugs with Perks, an issue with the Tier III Aether Shroud, weapons, progression, and HUD glitches.
It’s good news for PC users too, as Treyarch has looked into various bugs with the multiplayer menu, glitches within the settings, the friends list, aspect ratio problems, and errors within Fireteam: Dirty Bomb.
As previously reported, a Nuketown DLC pack is coming to Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. Based on the iconic map from the Black Ops series, the special bundle gives players everything from themed weapons, weapon charms, an Omnibus Calling Card, a Nuketown Legend emblem, and a Last Stop Epic Shotgun blueprint.
The DLC is available with all purchases of Black Ops Cold War until December 4, at 2 AM PT. Nuketown 84 makes its debut on November 24.