Posted on November 28, 2012 AT 02:42am
Treyarch has announced that it has fixed the leaderboard issues that have been plaguing Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 over the last few days and as a result have re-enabled them in-game.
Players were complaining of their stats being wiped from the game’s leaderboards for no good reason, but their combat records still contained all their data, while the leaderboard showed zero points earned. This caused Treyarch to disable the leaderboards while it investigated. The developer now claims to have fixed the issue, however it will be a little while before affected players statistics are re-added.
“Leaderboards have been re-enabled and we’ll be restoring entries for those impacted over the coming days,” Treyarch said. “Thanks for your patience.”
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