'Call of Duty Black Ops 3' update 1.22: The supply drops come backBy / 2017.05.11
Activision and Treyarch are all pumped up for the launch of "Call of Duty: Black Ops 3's Zombie Chronicles." But before its actual launch, the developers would be releasing the Update 1.22, which mainly enhances some of the errors evident in the game. Not just that, it would improve the use of ballistic knife and is also set to return the Supply Drops that eventually disappeared in the game.
According to PVP Live, the patch has been finally released in May 10 and is 2.29 GB in both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. As per reports, the "Call of Duty: Black Ops 3" Update 1.22 would give an improvement on the general performance of the game. As mentioned, it would fix some of the glitches reported by players from all over the world.
Other than that, news revealed that the Unopened Supply Drop bundles would now be constant in the Black Market, despite the conclusion of the event. Moreover, it was admitted that the Supply Drops that reportedly disappeared would now be returned to the inventories of each user.
Also, Attachment Icons will load faster in options including Gunsmith and Create-a-Class menus. Not just, that it would also give to solutions to recent reports that allow users to use some camos before actually acquiring them.
Moreover, reports confirmed that the Update 1.22 would also bring back the Ballistic Knife blades as it would properly address headshots alongside the Kill Counter or Clan Tag attachments.
Meanwhile, Express reported that Activision already informed its fans regarding the DLC 5. Sources told that those who acquired of the said content will be receiving a great number of in-game bonuses, which includes 20 Vials of Liquid Diviniuam and Whimsical GobbleGums.
Not just that, it is also packed with an exclusive Zombies Pack-A-Punch weapon camo alongside dynamic theme pre-order bonus. The said content also allows users to customize weapons, which include firearms from the "Call of Duty: Black Ops 3."
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