Treyarch Asks Fan Help To Improve Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2 Multiplayer Experience

Treyarch Asks Fan Help To Improve Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2 Multiplayer Experience

One of the strongest points of Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2 is the multiplayer experience: Treyarch has crafted a thougher multiplayer experience to extend the title’s life even further. However this time things may be too difficult for players since playing on the Hardcore playlists has been going slow: the Hardcore playlists makes multiplayer modes even harder, with increased damage and removal of the HUD. For this reason David Vonderhaar is asking for gamer’s feedback.

In a thread on the Official Black Ops 2 forums, Mr. Vonderhaar spoke about the lack of Hardcore playlists in the game, citing a lack of players as the reason. He also added that he’s going to take fan’s feedback in the attempt of improving the Hardcore experience, offering more Hardcore playlists in public matches without fragmenting the Hardcore player base too much: not all modes with the Hardcore variants would be getting enough traffic to justify the existence of that playlist and giving all modes a Hardcore variant would make matching difficult for all the Hardcore players. The Hardcore playlist has a small but passionate crowd of around 80.000 players spread on all platforms and the team’s priority is to make sure they’ll be able to keep playing together without any problem, rather than spreading them way too much.

Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2 is available on Ps3, Xbox 360, Pc and Wii U.


Article from Gamersyndrome.com

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