Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Patch 1.13 now available for Xbox One and PS4
A new update was released for Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 and prepares gamers for the release of the Descent expansion.
The new patch clocks in at 1.6GB on the Xbox One console and 1.4GB on the PlayStation 4 and packs additional support for the Descent expansion that will be released for the mentioned consoles on July 12, 2016. In addition, the update also adds supports for the new Fracture game mode and the PSN Play Together Feature.
As expected, the update also contains some fixes for an issue found on the Redwood map, for some bugs found in the Zombies mode, and it reduces the damage of the Banshii weapon.
If you’ve already purchased the Black Ops 3 Season Pass, you will be able to download the DLC as soon as it’s released, but the players who didn’t pay for the season pass will need to purchase the DLC for $15.
You will also be able to pre-load the DLC, which means that once it’s released, you will be able to play it. Keep in mind that the DLC is around 8GB in size, the reason why the developer is suggesting gamers pre-load it before it is released.
There are many gamers who don’t want to pre-load games or DLC and they’re making a big mistake. First of all, download servers are overwhelmed when something is released, which means that it will take you longer to download it. In addition, you might not have a good internet connection and this means that the download speed will be very low, which means that it could take several hours for you to download those 8GBs.
Are you going to pre-load the Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Descent expansion once it’s available in the store or will you wait for the DLC to actually be released before you start downloading it on your console?
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