Infinity Ward has continued to work on improving Call of Duty: Ghosts, and that has resulted in the release of patch 1.05 for the PlayStation 3 version of the game and patch 1.07 for the PlayStation 4 version today. - PSLS
The game is out 3 weeks and is already on it's 5th ps3 patch. Good lord
Are you really complaining about a company releasing patches to fix issues? Better than Dices way of doing it. They only patch when DLC comes out and the patch is huge.
The Ghosts patch is larger than the BF4 patch.
@duff916: wait for the patches with the DLC, thats when Dice fixes all of there bugs that should have been ironed out when they did the beta.
Kinda makes no sense at all to complain about patches, you would rather they left the game without them ? Im sure then you would complain that they never patch things lmao, infinity ward must feel like they cant win one way or the other, kinda like blizzard with wow , no matter what they change someones complains then they change it back someone else complains.
How many patches does it takes to get it right? Matter of fact, why release an unfinished game without proper beta testing first? Are the public guinea pigs?
It's a multiplayer game you idiots it's never perfect MMOs get updated every day .
Man, I feel like some people will complain just to find something to complain about sometimes. I am glad they released this patch and any other patch that will come with this game or any game I own.
seriously Fallout and elder scroll games are top 10 in glitches yet everyone claims those games epic and Bethesda is epic but the COD gets a patch everyone swarms and calls it a horrible game.. Double standards much?
exactly, its basically a lose/lose for them , they patch the game they get complaints, they dont patch the game they get complaints. Yet skyrim and fallout where massively buggy , they get game of the year lol.
Patch and patch and patch and patch and patch. Oh guess what and patch. LOL GTFO OF HERE.
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