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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare deploy fix for Xbox 360 and PS3 as fans report new freezes

SLEDGEHAMMER GAMES have revealed they have deployed a new patch to fix a variety of problems affecting fans on the Xbox 360 and PS3, although some are reporting fresh issues.



Players on Xbox 360 and PS3 received an update this week including fixes for marksman and camo challenges resetting when you Prestige, and issues attached to the Ping Bar not updating correctly.

Fans will also notice adjustments to challenges to unlock camos for weapons, while the problems with spawning in spectator mode have now been fixed.

Sledgehammer confirmed there would be new updates coming soon but fans will have to wait for them to be tried and tested on the PS4 and Xbox One first.

An official statement read: "Our game update development process is to submit and verify changes on current gen systems first, and then apply those changes to prior generation as quickly as possible.

"Console players on Xbox 360 received an update this week with the changes marked below.

"Another update will be coming soon."

A new patch may be needed soon rather then later however, as fans on the Xbox 360 and PS3 have been reporting fresh problems over the weekend.

Problems with multiplayer have been pointed out on the forums, with one fan writing: "Every time I've stopped playing it has been because of the game freezing, it's Full system lock-up.


"I've never had a game that freezes this often. I honestly don't know how much longer I can put up with this. The game is great, and the Bal finally got nerfed, but this freezing is going to ruin PS3s and 360s."

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