Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare PC Content Update Goes Live; New Matchmaking Patch Hits PS4, Xbox One
A whole new collection of updates are live for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare players. PC players finally have access to the huge content update that's been rolling out for weeks now, and players on next-gen consoles have a matchmaking patch to look forward to.
After hitting every console, even the last-gen ones, Advanced Warfare's huge balance patch is finally live for PC players. The patch adjusts the damage and range of a handful of weapons to make them more balanced while slightly altering the rules of a few multiplayer modes to eliminate some unfair strategies that had developed. Originally released two weeks ago as a celebration of the game's first month on the market, the patch also cracks down on cheating and exploits, aiming to make multiplayer just a bit more of an inviting place for players.
On next-gen consoles, developer Sledgehammer has rolled out a smaller update that improves the game's matchmaking and connectivity to cut down on multiplayer wait times. This update also increases the timing window for Multikills, which should make them a bit easier to get. This patch should now be live for both Xbox One and PlayStation 4 players.
The PC patch actually seems to incorporate these new fixes for next-gen consoles, so expect to see multiplayer improvements there, as well. All of these patches also take care of a whole boatload of bugs. The most recent set of patch notes for all platforms can be found over in this thread if you want to find your system and see which bugs have been squished.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is now available for PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC.