An immediate follow up patch for Black Ops 4 dropped on May 1 which will look to bring tons of stability improvements for new content that dropped alongside Operation Spectre Rising.
The next major event for Call of Duty launched on April 30 for PlayStation 4 but the company is already acting on some of the earlier problems that have been cropping up throughout its fourth operation.
Even though Treyarch fixed a lot of problems with connectivity issues the day of Spectre Rising’s release, the company is right back on the job as they’re introducing quick amends to bugged Care Packages and its new Bounty Hunter mode.
While tons of players have already hopped into the Bounty Hunter game type for Blackout, a ton of people reported connection issues plaguing the new mode.
With the new update, Treyarch thinks they have a handle on the situation and will undoubtedly keep a close watch to see if the fix completely remedied the problem.
Similarly, the May 1 patch has addressed the issue that was misaligning the camera when players were getting revived as Spectre.
In today's #BlackOps4 update:— Treyarch Studios (@Treyarch) May 1, 2019
• Bounty Hunter improvements
• Care Package fixes on Masquerade and WMD
• Bug/stability fixes in Multiplayer and Blackout
• Blackout stats and Loadout Editor added to the Call of Duty mobile app and website
Details: https://t.co/ipxZMKh7bX pic.twitter.com/GBKTukSvml
Alongside the patch coming to consoles, the mobile app will also get an update that will finally bring combat stats from the battle royale wherever you go.
The mobile app will brign comprehensive stats for the specific weapons rangning from Assault Rifles to Submachine Guns and even Bare Hands.
Although most players won’t want to face facts, the mobile app will also let players check on stats like “Killed by” and Accuracy.
The minds behind the mobile Call of Duty app are introducing a new Loadout Editor, available in the Create-a-Class menu on the application.
The new tool will let users make tweaks to their loadouts “during a match, between games, or on-the-go.”
Players can get a ton of use from the new addition to the app in case they wanted make small adjustments before their next match, or theory-craft an entire new loadout with friends on the go.
There's a lot to go over so make sure to check out the patch notes courtesy of Treyarch.
As Operation Spectre Rising rolls out this week on PS4, we’ve continued to implement gameplay improvements and address some bugs and stability issues related to some of this week’s new content:
Yesterday, we issued some quick fixes to alleviate a connection issue with the new Bounty Hunter mode in Blackout, and an issue some players were having with selecting Sarah Hall as a Blackout character after unlocking her. In today’s update, we’ve issued a handful of new improvements and fixes for a smoother experience. Check out the patch notes below for the details.
Starting today, players can now access a wealth of Blackout stats in the Combat Record tab of the Call of Duty mobile app and online at my.callofduty.com, including player data for:
The new mobile Loadout Editor is also now available in Create-a-Class menu in the app and online at my.callofduty.com, allowing players to create and edit loadouts at any time: during a match, between games, or on-the-go. If you didn’t have time to update your loadout before another game starts, you’re now able to quickly make edits in real time to have your setup ready for the next match.
Learn more about these updates to the Call of Duty mobile app at the Activision Games Blog, and download the app today for iOS and Android.
Here’s what’s new since yesterday’s update:
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