Posted by Raine Hutchens on Nov 15, 2012

Black Ops II Encountering Issues On PS3, Nuketown Codes Not Working

There have already been some issues with the just-released Call of Duty: Black Ops II, and it looks like the problems are continuing to stack up. The game isn’t having a good go on the PS3, which isn’t a totally brand new thing with this title’s track record. Players are encountering a lot of issues varying from connectivity problems to codes not working.

The main problems players are having deal mostly with connectivity. Matches are dropping, games are being cut short, and some players can’t even connect to a match in the first place. In other areas players are having problems with their Nuketown 2025 codes. It looks like they just aren’t going through, while some of them are coming back as an incorrect code. The map codes were included with the Hardened and Care Packages of the game, as well as pre-order bonuses for some.

Activision commented through Twitter, saying, “We are aware of connectivity issues that some players are facing in Black Ops II on PlayStation 3. We are working on a resolution, thank you.” It looks like Activision needs to pick their pants up and get on these problems. Play-hungry fans have already had to deal with installation problems, and these connectivity problems aren’t helping players on the other platform.


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