Here's How You Can Track Bug Fixes In Black Ops Cold War

Treyarch is keeping us updated on bug fixes.

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Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War has had a number of bug fixes since it launched earlier this month. Developer Treyarch wants to keep players in-the-know about changes it'll be making to the shooter so it's created a Trello board. Players can check it to see the status of upcoming fixes.

"While this won't serve as a comprehensive list of known issues (several of which are listed below), we'll do our best to track the bigger issues of specific interest for the community here," read a post on Treyarch's official site. "You can also come here for details on how to report bugs on your specific platform, where to contact Player Support, and when to expect specific fixes to be released."

The board includes known issues for both multiplayer and Zombies modes as well as general bugs the studio hopes to address quickly. It also has info on previous and upcoming updates as well as info on the Black Ops Cold War roadmap that begins on December 10.

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Treyarch released a major update for Black Ops Cold War earlier today. The update that originally nerfed everyone's favorite gun, the MP5, was actually reverted with this latest update. Treyarch said the nerf would "return in an upcoming update."

A special DLC bundle based on one of the series most notorious maps, Nuketown, is also available right now. You'll have to log in before December 3 to get it. The DLC pack comes with 10 items that are themed around Nuketown, including a weapon blueprint, weapon charms, and an emblem and a calling card.

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