Treyarch is hard at work on a specific issue plaguing Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. You know how important leaderboards are for people who value their kill death ratio and other things, and that has now been taken down by the studio to fix what seems to be a deletion issue where some people’s scores weren’t registering.
As expected people were frustrated and posted rage messages on the game’s forum calling Treyarch all sorts of things. That’s not going to work, is it? However, Treyarch has responded calmly and said the fix is being applied and it should be online soon.
“Since this morning’s backend update, we’ve been made aware of leaderboard issues that some are having — we’re looking into it, stand by,” their official Twitter account posted.
“Currently working through server side issues re leaderboards…they’ll be re-enabled as soon as we’ve fixed the issue…stand by.”
It should be fixed soon considering it’s a server issue probably but people should just let Treyarch do their job because in a game where millions of people play, such things are expected.
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