Blops II updates *PC*

Written by Jeff Collins. Posted in CoD: Black Ops 2

December 14, 2012 Update for Singleplayer, Muliplayer, and Zombies

  • Global Changes:
    • Improved loadtimes when using AMD hardware
    • Fix for issues when binding mousewheel to fire
    • Using arrow keys to adjust Mouse sensitivity will increment the value by .01
    • Fix for some instances of "Error quit was not requested in the main thread"
    • Fix for issues with 16:10 displays
    • Fix for TXAA not disabling when an unsupported card is detected
    • Improvements to ambient occlusion
    • Increased Friends list limit to 300
    • Joinable friends now sort to the top of the friends list
    • Users now have the ability to unlink youtube accounts.
    • Added SFX to sliders in options menu
    • Fix for knife lunge not working when a gamepad is connected
    • Improved film rendering stability and made progression bar more accurate while rendering a film.
    • Improved audio/rumble responsiveness when hitting enemies with gunfire.
    • Fix for issues with changing the gamepad Button Layout in theater
    • Fix for Party host receiving infinite "Reconnecting to Party" message when clicking on "Bring Party" in a post-match lobby.


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Black Ops II Tweak Guide

Written by ~uXc~SnilloC. Posted in CoD: Black Ops 2

Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Tweak Guide, By Koroush Ghazi

Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 takes elements that fans enjoyed about the first Black Ops, and improves upon them in almost every way. Aside from continuing the Cold War plot established in the first game, Black Ops 2 also provides an interconnecting storyline set in 2025, expanding the Call of Duty series into futuristic warfare. This time, with branching storylines, the choices you make during the campaign will directly influence the outcome. If you enjoy fast-paced multiplayer, then Black Ops 2 provides a solid enhancement to the online gameplay style of the first game. And for PC gamers everywhere, the good news is that Treyarch has listened to your requests: Black Ops 2 drops support for DirectX 9 in exchange for the more advanced DirectX 10/11, and features a range of settings to utilize your PC's capabilities above and beyond those available on consoles.

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