Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 has been updated on both PC and the Xbox 360 this week and the patch notes have surfaced for gamers who want to take a closer look.
According to the Callof Duty community site, the PC patch brings with it a max FOV increase to 90 in multiplayer and a fix for the RC-XD and AGR sinking into the map on some CPU’s with four cores or more. There is also now improved dedicated server matchmaking, a fix on a crash when a seventh player joins a league lobby and a “Connection Interrupted” fix while loading into a match.
The patch also brings with it a number of fixes in the single player as well. Gamers may have experienced horses in the Afghanistan level falling through the world which has now been fixed as well. Along with the patch notes listed above, the new update also brings with it, general performance improvements in single player, multiplayer and zombies.
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