Treyarch’s Fixing Known PC Black Ops 2 Issues Soon
Call of Duty: Black Ops 2‘s PC version has a few issues, but Treyarch is aware of them — and dealing with them, it seems, although we’re not sure how long that might take.
According to a post on the official Treyarch forums, a number of issues are known for the PC version of the game. The developer says it’s working on fixing them, but in the meantime, you might want to check the list below and be on the lookout for any of these issues.
- A crash may occur if no DLC is owned when joining on a player that is in the Nuketown 2025 lobby.
- Having both an on-board audio device and a PCI sound card enabled at the same time may result in a crash.
- A crash may occur if the user tries to run the game without an audio device installed.
- Changing resolution while livestreaming may result in a crash.
- When viewing a film as a party, users may get a crash if the party leader leaves while the film is buffering.
- Loading Movies might not play if a user unplugs a USB audio output device after the game has launched.
- Users may lose functionality after locking their PC while a loading movie is playing.
- A steam error may appear after selecting update when prompted with a “Game Settings Have Changed” message. Launching the game again will resolve this.
You can check out our review of Black Ops 2 when the embargo lifts at 12:01 PST tonight.
Are you looking into grabbing the PC version of the latest Call of Duty? Our review of that version is coming later this week.