Treyarch has released an update for Black Ops 4 that addresses everything from PC FPS for Blackout to various UI improvements.
While this first major update addresses many issues, the biggest change for a lot of people centers around the PC FPS cap for Blackout.
While the FPS was initially capped at 120 at launch, Treyarch have raised that to 160 on Friday afternoon and plan to uncap the framerate completely in the coming days.
PC wasn't the only platform to get an update, though, as Treyarch has also released some minor fixes to all platforms here on launch day.
In addition to various menu and UI improvements, issues with stat tracking in Blackout and some XP issues for multiplayer have also been tweaked.
For Zombies fans, easter eggs for the mode have also been enabled now that all regions around the world have gotten a chance to play the game.
You can find the full patch notes below:
Welcome to Launch Day!
After three years, two Betas, and an incredible amount of feedback from the Call of Duty community, we’re finally able to celebrate the official launch of Black Ops 4 with you all!
This only the beginning...
You can expect regular updates and frequent communication from us going forward, just like during our MP and Blackout Betas. The big difference today: October 12th marks the beginning of a living, breathing game that we’re fully committed to over the long haul. There’s going to be a lot to talk about, starting with today’s game update.
First off: we’re currently tracking everything you’ve been sharing with us here on the subreddit and across our social channels. We’ll have a more detailed update coming tomorrow, so please keep your feedback coming in the comments below in the meantime. We see you.
Also, a hugely important piece of news for our Zombies players: we’ve enabled Easter Eggs worldwide in Voyage of Despair, IX, Blood of the Dead, and Classified! Good hunting out there.
We’ve made the following updates to the game today (Global):
We’ve also made the following additional fixes specific to PC:
And of course, there are many other improvements in the works based on reporting from the community. Here are just a handful of the big topics that we’re working on for future updates:
These and many other improvements are in progress, so stay tuned to this subreddit for future updates. This post is just the first of many. Remember to tag your craziest clips with #CODTopPlays on Twitter, stay hydrated out there, and enjoy everything all three modes have to offer! We’ll see you online.