THE BUZZ: Treyarch has today released patch 1.13 for Call of Duty: Black Ops on the PlayStation 3.

The patch, which will be available for the Xbox 360 and PC in the near future, fixes a number of bugs in the game and also adds support for the upcoming Rezurrection DLC. The full patch notes are below:

  • Security Updates.
  • Addressed an issue where Custom Private Match settings were carrying over to Public matches.
  • Prohibited clan tags can no longer be used.
  • A player’s win streak will now break if they quit out during a live match.
  • Players that are partied up are no longer allowed to go into party-restricted lobbies such as FFA.
  • Fixed a rare issue with Recent Games not showing the correct heat map.
  • Addressed an exploit copying another player’s emblem/playercard.
  • Added Rezurrection DLC support. (Launching September 22nd,)
  • Fixed some issues related to invites going from Zombie to Multiplayer.
  • Unlocked clan tag colors can now be set using the swapped X/O button configuration.

EGM’s TAKE: It’s good to see Treyarch still patching and supporting their game a year after release, showing great commitment to quality.


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