'Call of Duty: Black Ops 3' Update, Patch Notes: Patch 1.09 To Fix Multiplayer, Zombies, Campaign Bugs and Issues

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"Call of Duty: Black Ops 3's" April patch update has been released and it is revealed that one of its capabilities is to fix multiplayer, zombies, and campaign issues.

According to VGC247, "Call of Duty: Black Ops 3" patch 1.09 stands as one of the biggest patches for the game, as it covers several fixes for the multiplayer, zombies, and campaign mode.

As per the publication, general multiplayer issues that have been addressed by patch 1.09 include the usage of a picked-up weapon from a player who left the game, killing a prone player with a carried Hardened Sentry or Guardian, a player dying by a Semtex during an HC-XD calling animation, continuous fire of Scorestreaks, global spawn issue, spawn opening under extreme cases, spawn trap logic in public online matches, and gaining an extra specialist power.

Patch 1.09 also made Nuk3town map, Reticles, Calling Card, and Weapon Camo available to all "Call of Duty: Black Ops 3" players, as well as an updated Live Event Viewer CWL that features Widget Image.

In the zombie aspect of the game, the patch activated the GobbleGum machines at all times, allowed multiple access of the machine for every round, removed the Liquid Divinium drop rate cap of two vials each game, and showed players' existing GobbleGum pack in the inventory screen.

With regard the campaign aspect, the physics wind has been disabled on all maps.

According to iDigitalTimes, the "Call of Duty: Black Ops 3" April update also features fixes on speedy weapon firing, repeatable reload sounds when the NX Shadowclaw bolts hit surfaces near enemies, and the whiz-by sound effect for NX Shadowclaw bolts throughout the game map.

Also, the patch extended the time window in obtaining the "tag and bag" medals and they are not properly awarded at the conclusion of the Vision Pulse range.

The latest update for "Call of Duty: Black Ops 3" reached the Xbox One on Apr. 21.