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CoD Black Ops 4 Blackout Duos now set to 100

Call of Duty Black Ops 4 Blackout Duos has been upped to 100 players as part of a massive new update.

The patch is already live — here’s what to expect, thanks to full patch notes below.

General

  • General stability improvements and crash fixes.
  • The Featured playlist tiles for Multiplayer and Blackout have changed. This is part of the regular rotation of Featured playlists – more details to come on how Featured playlists will work in Black Ops 4 in a separate update.

Blackout

  • 100-Players Duos is now the Featured playlist for Blackout.
  • Quads playlist is now 88 maximum players. We’re continuing to update various game settings to ensure the best experience for all players across all platforms and modes.

Multiplayer

  • TDM playlist now supports parties of 6 (was previously 5).
  • Featured playlist changed to Heist.
  • Custom Search and Destroy games will now correctly conclude after one team wins 6 rounds total, fixing an issue where custom games previously ended at round 7.
  • Addressed a crash caused by earning multiple Medals in a match.

Zombies

  • Addressed a UI error caused by losing Internet connection in split screen.
  • Addressed an issue that caused Hellhounds to exhibit some very… un-doglike behavior.

Miscellaneous

  • “Object View Distance” setting now properly renders objects further on “High” than on “Low” in Blackout.

Stability improvements (PC)

  • Fixed a crash occurring during initial boot of the game for some users.
  • Fixed a crash when disconnecting from a Blackout match.
  • Fixed a crash occurring when multiple windows were broken simultaneously in a Blackout match.
  • Fixed a crash when browsing unlockable Items.
  • Fixed crashes occurring when changing texture quality.
  • Improved handling of “Out of Memory” errors.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is available now on Windows PC, Xbox One and PS4.



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