Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Wii U Patch is Causing Problems

Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Wii U Patch is Causing Problems

The patch for the Wii U version of Call of Duty: Black Ops II went online today, but is now causing more issues than it is resolving.

Treyarch posted a bulletin on the official Call of Duty forum, stating that the developer is currently working alongside Nintendo to provide a resolution to players.

“We are noticing some issues with the version of the patch that was posted that you guys are also reporting here on the forums. We are working with Nintendo on a resolution to this problem and hope to know more at some point tomorrow. I will keep you posted as I receive more information.”

The Treyarch representative also noted that the appearance of the 360′s “Revolution” DLC is simply a mistake, and not a sign of confirmation for the Wii U version.

“We are aware that some of the menu listings from the 360′s Revolution DLC drop are showing up in the game. This is not a confirmation of DLC for the Wii U, just a versioning problem that we are working to address.”

The developer hopes to know more on the status of the issue tomorrow.

“I do not want to publish the list of known fixes until I have confirmation that they are all live. I hope to be able to do this tomorrow, but as I mentioned, this is something we are working on with Nintendo, so the timeline isn’t entirely in our hands.”

In other recent Black Ops 2 news, the game’s user generated content storage has been taken offline due to unexpected issues.

[Source: Call of Duty forum via Explosion.com]


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