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That massive Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare patch has been deployed

Thursday, 4 December 2014 20:57 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

The Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare patch promised earlier this week has been deployed on Play Station 4 and Xbox One.

You can read the entire patch notes in full over on the official forums, as the list is rather long.

However, you can also click these links for your specific format:

Xbox One
Xbox 360
PlayStation 4
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The PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 updates will be made available “soon”.

The update is the “biggest title update yet” and includes balancing tweaks, fixes, improvements for emblems, Player Lobby improvements, a new way to view the Armory, map exploit fixes, spawn improvements, connectivity optimizations, anti-cheat improvements, and tons more.

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    There are lots of good reasons never to SWAT someone, and you can now add legal consequences to the mix. The practise of SWATting – calling in crime reports on Twitch streamers and watching the results live – has become alarmingly common despite its potentially severe consequences for the target. One of the reasons for […]

  • Chrono Trigger, Xenosaga composer signs on to Edge of Eternity

    One of JRPG’s most celebrated composers is lending his talents to Edge of Eternity. Yasunori Mitsuda will provide the score for crowdfunded JRPG Edge of Eternity, developer Midgar Studio has announced. Mitsuda’s credits includes Chrono Trigger, Xenogears, Chrono Cross, Xenosaga, Soul Sacrifice, Kid Icarus: Uprising and many more. “I’ll take part as a music composer, […]

  • Braid creator going into debt to finance The Witness

    Braid creator Jonathan Blow has spent everything he earned from the indie hit and The Witness still isn’t finished. Braid earned Blow over millions of dollars, but he sank it back into The Witness, and the Myst-like puzzle adventure still needs more cash. According to an interview feature on Engadget, Blow has had to borrow […]

  • Contrast developer teases new project with concept art

    Contrast developer Compulsion Games has given the first few hints regarding its next project. Compulsion has been quiet since the release of Contrast in 2013, but the Canadian team hasn’t been idle. In an update on its new website, Compulsion released two pieces of concept art and confirmed that it has a new project in […]

  • New Steam feature allows all games to support persistent items

    All Steam developers now have the option to support tradable, persistent items – like Team Fortress 2′s hats. Valve has released a new API for Steamworks, which it’s calling The Steam Inventory Service. Currently in beta testing, the feature allows developers to enable “persistent items that have been purchased or unlocked by individual users” without […]

  • Counter-strike pros banned from gambling on Valve-sponsored matches

    Counter-strike: Global Offensive developer Valve has ruled that professional players cannot place bets on matches, even if they’re not participating. Valve-sponsored Counter-strike tournaments and events are now subject to Valve’s rules regarding gambling on matches. “Professional players, teams, and anyone involved in the production of CS:GO events, should under no circumstances gamble on CS:GO matches, […]

  • Gearbox really, really loves Homeworld

    Homeworld Remastered Collection is clearly a passion project for Gearbox Software. In the Homeworld Remastered Collection developer diary below, Gearbox staffers discuss what they love about Relic’s classic sci-fi RTS. There are also appearances from some of the original developers who worked on the series and Homeworld Shipbreakers developer Blackbird Interactive. Homeworld Remastered Collection hits […]