The closest thing to an official list of patch notes we were able to find is an update issued today to an Activision report in regards to the system lock-up issue.
The update reads, “A patch has been released to fix the lock-up/freeze issues affecting Call of Duty: Black Ops II online gameplay on PlayStation 3. Simply boot up Black Ops II and sign in to play online, and the patch will install automatically. Again, we thank you for your patience during this matter.”
Activision’s Mikey also adds, “No word on patch notes yet, guys. Various improvements were made, from what i’m told, but i’d wait for an official document from studio.”
Sadly, as you can see in the comments, most players are still experiencing major issues. Perhaps, once everyone on system is running patch 1.03, things should get better. As Treyarch has posted on Twitter, there are over 2 million users are playing Black Ops 2 online at the moment. “2 million+ are playing Black Ops 2 online. If you can’t connect, seek help from support.”
Treyarch has dropped a brand new patch for the PlayStation 3 version of Call of Duty: Black Ops 2.
The title update weighs in at 58 MB, and should help iron out some of the problems the PS3 version of the game is riddled with, as Treyarch promised yesterday through an in-game message. If you haven’t been prompted to download the patch yet, then back out to the XMB and launch the game again to download.
However, we’re getting mixed feedback in regards to whether the update improved matchmaking or not, so please share your experience with Black Ops 2 post patch in the comments below.
The patch notes haven’t been made public at the time of writing.