It is working to fix Zombies glitches, including crashes.
With all the hype for Blackout and traditional multiplayer in Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, Zombies mode has fallen by the wayside; but Treyarch has reassured players it is still supporting the third prong of this year’s online-only COD.
“Black Ops 4 represents our most ambitious Zombies offering to date and since launch, it’s been great to see how deeply our fans invest themselves into the game,” Treyarch posted on Reddit, before addressing fan complaints that Zombies has more unresolved glitches than the other two modes.
“We want to take this opportunity to address stability issues, particularly during Easter Egg quests: game stability is and will continue to be the number one priority of the Zombies development team until these issues are resolved.
“We will be releasing several fixes over the course of the next few updates. The complexity of variables in Zombies Easter Eggs presents the team with a unique set of challenges in reproducing, fixing, and thoroughly testing the fixes before release. As such, they take a little longer than our regular updates, and we appreciate your continued patience.”
Treyarch specifically notes it is working to fix the glitches that are causing the game to crash, and will continue to provide updates to players.
“We respect and appreciate that our players invest so much time into Zombies, and we are committed to ensuring that this is the best Zombies gameplay experience in the series.”