Treyarch targeted lag issues among other things in a patch last month for "Call of Duty: Black Ops" on the PC, and they'll be rolling out more fixes soon. On their list of things to mend are a care package glitch that's resulted in extremely long killstreaks and some issues that have been affecting players with only two core processers in their machines.
"We are listening to you and we’ve been busy working on updates based on feedback from the community," a Treyarch representative wrote in a post on the "Black Ops" forums. "We have already deployed a number of updates, and there will be many more to come."
Treyarch recognizes that some players have been exploiting the chance to "get an infinite number of 'Sam Turret', 'Care Package' and 'Sentry Gun' killstreaks," which you can see explained in greater detail here (via Joystiq). Clipping, radar and invisible ledge issues also appear on the fix list, which doesn't include any deadlines, but it does articulate that the studio is paying attention to feedback and knows what they need to address.
If you've experienced any quirks, crashes or obviously overpowered assaults by glitch exploiters during online PC play recently, there's a good chance your problem is on this rundown; it's pretty big. So give it a read and see if a nicer care package without infinite killstreaks is in store for you and your game anytime soon.
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