Treyarch Rolls Out First Update Addressing Black Ops 4’s Server Issues

Treyarch Rolls Out First Update Addressing Black Ops 4’s Server Issues

After a ton of fan feedback, Treyarch has released the first update for Black Ops 4's server problems, which have reportedly been brought up to 30hz.

Over the past few days, fans have begun noticing that, despite the launch itself relatively smooth, there’s something different about Black Ops 4’s servers. Specifically, it seems that the servers have been downgraded a bit to compensate for the addition of Blackout. Now, after being aware of the fan backlash, Treyarch has rolled out the first update for the servers, bringing them more up to snuff.

While no official technical specs and changes were given, some users are reporting that the game’s servers are now running at 30hz, instead of the previous 20hz.

In a statement on Reddit, the developer said that this was only the first part of their planned rollouts to address the issues that fans have been seeing, which include but are not limited to enemies appearing in places they aren’t, which can result in some pretty annoying deaths.

In other Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 news, a few days ago the first major update for the game was released, which added the Black Market to the PS4 version.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC. If you want to pick up the game on Amazon, you can do so by clicking here.

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