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Call of Duty 2 gets auto updated

You want it, they got it. Call of Duty 2 is progressively getting fixed as Infinity Ward irons out the rough spots. I think they put it best with this:

“Infinity Ward and Activision have issued a Title Update that addresses the player progression loss issues associated with Call of Duty 2 on the Xbox 360. The team is continuing to work on additional updates and we will keep you posted.”

This auto update will take effect next time you sign into Xbox Live. Hopefully we'll see more of those patches before too long.

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James Liu1

2-01-2006 @ 6:30PM

James Liu said...

I thought this patch will let us have custom games and fixes the lag issue. I STILL have lag on about 70% of my games!

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Joe Z2

2-01-2006 @ 6:55PM

Joe Z said...

Did this patch mess things up even more? I can't connect to anyone now at all...

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Garrett Tilton3

2-01-2006 @ 6:59PM

Garrett Tilton said...

The patch was for single player only apparantly.

http://news.teamxbox.com/xbox/10157/Call-of-Duty-2-Patch-Now-Available/

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KC4

2-01-2006 @ 7:28PM

KC said...

This patch was strictly a single player update. It just fixes the game saves error. Hopefully their next patch will update all the multiplayer issues.

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sparkinator2tuf5

2-01-2006 @ 9:41PM

sparkinator2tuf said...

So, how does this work for people without the hard drive?

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P76

2-01-2006 @ 11:07PM

P7 said...

HDD is a moot point when you're stuck in an area that can't connect to Live. I really hope this patching thing doesn't become a trend, it's one of the reasons I got sick of PC gaming.

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DocX GAMC7

2-02-2006 @ 4:43AM

DocX GAMC said...

Step One:
Get a HDD, Im sorry you have a XBOX 180 right now, plz finish it to the next gen system.

Step Two:
Get a broadband connection and XBOX LIVE Gold so you can understand what the XBOX 360 is truly.

Without both of these you arent even playing the XBOX 360, you just gave M$ a ton of money for something that isnt the full system you want. XBOX LIVE GOLD and the HDD make it the 360.

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macidiot8

2-02-2006 @ 8:47AM

macidiot said...

Sweet, I was about half way through the game when I lost all my progress, had to start over. I was planning on playing it in veteran this weekend, it's good to know I shouldn't have that problem again!

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Phace9

2-02-2006 @ 9:40AM

Phace said...

I hope this thing DOES become a trend. I hate to think that they are never going to fix bugs in games. Sure, you can ask that they get it all right before launching, but then again, you can wait the year it would take to get it that perfect, and the $200 price tag for such a game (that would be how much all of that testing would cost in rder to recoup they overhead). Fuhggedabowdit.

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Necrophiliac10

2-02-2006 @ 12:09PM

Necrophiliac said...

The game should have been fixed BEFORE they released it. It seems to be a trend for developers to release unfinshed games for $60 a pop with the intent (although they may not always actually intend to) fix things later. I find this unacceptable.

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Necrophiliac11

2-02-2006 @ 12:14PM

Necrophiliac said...

The game should have been fixed BEFORE they released it. It seems to be a trend for developers to release unfinshed games for $60 a pop with the intent (although they may not always actually intend to) fix things later. I find this unacceptable.

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~J~12

2-03-2006 @ 11:27AM

~J~ said...

#8 ( !)

So you'd rather spend $60 for the programmers to run off laughing to the bank while you're left with a game that doesn't function correctly?

Well, each to their own, but I know what option I'd sooner have!!!

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clint13

2-07-2006 @ 6:42PM

clint said...

the update fixed the problems I was having. The game kept freezing before but now it runs smoothly and I don't loose my progress.

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MarvinK14

2-07-2006 @ 8:13PM

MarvinK said...

I hope they fix the lag issues at some point. Mine is much less useable than any other Xbox or 360 FPS game I own.

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