The first Call Of Duty: Black Ops II patch has been released to Xbox 360.
The patch is to be released today (Nov. 22), unless it has already been released wherever you’re at. The new patch will fix the Theater Mode UI error 226117, an Escort Drone glitch, and a Dragonfire glitch in which the weapon doesn’t deploy.
A PS3 patch is already in the making.
Well, not exactly like that. However,Treyarch, the developers of Black Ops 2, got no idea who is developing the game for PS Vita.
One of the Treyarch bosses, John Rafacz, says that he doesn’t know because the information is classified. He couldn’t confirm that Black Ops 2 is coming to Wii U either, only PS3, Xbox 360 and PC have been announced. Anything else are just rumors.
He did state that, “any tech which would ‘enhance the Call of Duty experience’ is worth bearing in mind.” So it’s not completely unthinkable that the game will drop on the Wii U eventually.
As of now, the game will drop on November 13th for all confirmed consoles.
Be sure not to miss Microsoft’s press conference which will start in about 20 minutes.
So what can we expect then? Redmond Times reports that we can look forward to Halo 4, Forza Horizon etc. What we cannot expect is a new Xbox, according to reports, Microsoft is content with the amount of sales the Xbox 360 has been selling and they’re not going to release yet another console.
After Microsoft’s press conference we can expect Electronic Arts’, Ubisoft’s, Sony’s today and Nintendo’s tomorrow. Speculations regarding what each and every one of them will bring out has been running rampant, we’ll keep you up to date regarding E3 and see if some speculations will turn into reality.
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