Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Patch Notes (February 10) Address Multiplayer, League Play, And Zombies


The second patch in as many days is now available for Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. This newest patch for February 10 includes bug fixes and further tweaks across multiplayer, the newly announced League Play competitive mode, and Zombies.

For multiplayer, the Spycraft daily challenge is now fixed–previously it wasn’t able to be completed normally. In terms of the new competitive-minded League Play, the studio has addressed issues with Parties and Create-A-Class, while the UI has been changed so it now properly shows Victory Flames. Previously, this might display when the player wasn’t on a win streak.

For Zombies, there are stability improvements for situations that could previously cause the game to crash during certain rounds. Additionally, the update addresses multiple exploits, including one that could cause the player to become invincible and another that could lead to players losing their weapon.

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