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Call of Duty players report losing all content on Black Ops 3 and 4 accounts

Published: 5/Jul/2019 0:01 Updated: 5/Jul/2019 0:30

by Alan Bernal

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Call of Duty players are reporting the loss of all content on their Black Ops 4 accounts on July 4 which is making everything from “DLC guns, reactive camos, paints/outfits/stickers,” and more disappear.

As Treyarch are looking to close out its current Operation Spectre Rising with Operation Apocalypse Z soon to follow, fans will want to know their accounts are primed and ready for any new loot to come.

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That might not be the case for all, as players are finding their accounts seemingly wiped from both bought and earned content, making them apprehensive from earning anything else in game.

TreyarchSome Black Ops players are finding their progress intact, but their in-game items gone.

In a Reddit thread, user ‘lolipop3k’ highlighted their on-going issue with Black Ops 4 and Activision support as they continue to look for a way to resolve the on-going issue.

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“Myself, and many others lost all of our content yesterday,” lolipop3k said. “DLC guns, reactive camos, paints/outfits/stickers, my entire reserve history is gone, things I have actually purchased in the Black Market are gone and they’re trying to resell them to me, in Zombies all of my consumable Elixirs are gone, my 9000 Nebulium Plasma is gone, yet my tier progress has stayed the same.”

TreyarchEverything from skins to guns are missing from players’ accounts.

While at least lolipop3k got to keep their tier progress, but that might have convinced the player to refrain from playing even more: “I don’t want to play, for fear of any progress I make being reset when they (hopefully) return my stuff. Which means I haven’t been able to play during this four day weekend (in the States) so far, and I’m not going to be able to get my Ultra Weapon Bribe from the 4th event.”

Looking for at least a consolation to their troubles, lolipop3k “figured [they’d] play some Black Ops 3” while waiting for a fix, but was met with more problems: “It’s happening there too. Ffs. All my Gobblegums I had are gone and I only have 30 Divinium when I know I had a few hundred saved.”

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TreyarchActivision is working to resolve the missing items issue as fast as possible.

Black Ops 4 account resets are being looked into

As mentioned, lolipop3k was sure to reach out to Activision’s support to open up a case but they have yet to find a way to reinstate the player’s in-game items.

The support team is gathering up any information from its Call of Duty players in hopes that they can find and implement a solution to the problem soon.

With many looking forward to a long weekend, hopefully Activision finds a way of rectifying the issue to get players back into matches with all of their Black Ops 4 items.

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PC requirements for Black Ops Cold War Beta: minimum & recommended specs

Published: 13/Oct/2020 21:04 Updated: 13/Oct/2020 21:14

by Albert Petrosyan

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For Call of Duty players looking to enjoy the Black Ops Cold War Beta on PC, Treyarch and Activision have revealed the minimum and recommended computer system specs in order to run the game without issues.

After the highly-anticipated Black Ops Cold War Beta made its debut exclusively for PS4, Treyarch are opening up the testing period to players on all platforms for the second week.

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This means that those who pre-ordered a digital version of the game on PC will get to try it out starting October 15, before the Beta is opened to all players on October 17.

Unlike consoles, of course, BOCW running on a computer isn’t a guaranteed thing – whether the file will work and/or run smoothly often depends on how good the PC’s specs are, and if they meet the minimum or recommended requirements.

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Black Ops Cold War Beta
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The Black Ops Cold War Beta is coming to PC and Xbox One.

Black Ops Cold War Beta PC minimum specifications

Here are the minimum requirements for your PC to be able to open and play the BOCW:

  • OS: Windows 7 64-Bit (SP1) or Windows 10 64-Bit (1803 or later)
  • CPU: Intel Core i5 2500k or AMD equivalent
  • VIDEO: Nvidia GeForce GTX 670 2GB / GTX 1650 4GB or AMD Radeon HD 7950.
  • RAM: 8GB RAM
  • HDD: 45GB HD space
  • NETWORK: Broadband Internet connection
  • SOUND CARD: DirectX Compatible – Requires DirectX 12 compatible system

Black Ops Cold War Beta PC recommended specifications

Meeting these recommended specs, or at least getting close, will ensure that your PC runs the Beta much more smoothly and with higher FPS:

  • OS: Windows 10 64 Bit (latest Service Pack)
  • CPU: Intel Core i7 4770k or AMD equivalent
  • VIDEO: Nvidia GeForce GTX 670 2GB / GTX 1650 4GB or AMD Radeon HD 7950
  • RAM: 8GB RAM
  • HDD: 45GB HD space
  • NETWORK: Broadband Internet connection
  • SOUND CARD: DirectX Compatible – Requires DirectX 12 compatible system

When is the Black Ops Cold War PC beta?

Beta dates for Black Ops Cold War
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The Black Ops Cold War Beta is now in its second week of action.

Following the PS4-exclusive first week of the Beta, Activision is letting PC and Xbox players into the mix for week two. The early access for all three platforms takes place on October 15-16 before everyone can enjoy it on October 17-19.

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This will be the final planned event before the full game launches on November 13 for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and PC.

For more details about what’ll be included, make sure to check out our BOCW Beta guide here.