Developer Treyarch has had their hands full since Call of Duty: Black Ops II released two weeks ago. With gamers complaining about freezing issues – mostly PlayStation 3 users – and other small bugs and glitches, it has been eventful post-launch to say the least.
The game’s leaderboards have also caused some distress among the community, resetting stats accumulated by gamers, something Treyarch has finally got around to fixing.
Treyarch announced the fix through their Twitter account recently, “Leaderboards have been re-enabled and we’ll be restoring entries for those impacted over the coming days,” said the studio.
Hopefully this wont be the end of the fixes, as Black Ops II is still suffering from some nagging issues, including a jumping care package glitch that I encountered just last night, causing a quite swift rage quit.
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