Launch day problems are being tackled quickly.
Now that Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 has officially launched, it will be up to Treyarch to make sure people who are playing the game on every platform and not just the PS4 are plenty happy with the game. In order to do this, the company has issued a number of different ways to fix the most prevalent problems that have plagued the game since it was launched. One issue that has plagued PS4 users has been the inability to automatically download the update that will allow people to play online. If you check your game version and it comes back as 188.8.131.52, that’s not good.
If you’re getting the above error (dubbed the ABC error), your best bet is to restart your PlayStation 4 console and Black Ops III, and see if that triggers the update. This has worked for some players, however because of likely server congestion, this doesn’t happen right away for everyone and you may need to wait some time for it to trigger.
There have also apparently been some problems rise up when it comes to a msvcp120.dll missing error as well as an Out of memory issue. While the company has not released a patch to get rid of these problems, there are a number of workarounds in order to fix them on your very own. This way you can enjoy Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 the way it was meant to be enjoyed.