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Friday, 17 December 2010 09:13

Work on PS3 Black Ops connectivity issues continues

Written by David Stellmack
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Don’t delete your “save game” data, as it is not a fix
Despite rumors that are circulating though the PlayStation 3 Black Ops community that deleting your save game data will resolve your connectivity issues with the game, Treyarch is trying to get the word out that this does not have an effect on the problem.

As we reported, Treyarch released a patch that seems to have improved the network connectivity issues for some players, apparently it has not solved the issue for everyone. The company continues to work on a fix that will solve the problem fully for everyone, but they currently have no ETA on when this hot fix might arrive for PS3 players.

While PS3 Black Ops players are asked to be patient, the rumor of deleting your save game data has complicated the issue, making more players unhappy with the situation. Treyarch is working overtime to figure out the cause of the problem and hopefully they will have it solved soon.

Last modified on Friday, 17 December 2010 09:16
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