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CoD: World at War patch 1.5 and Map Pack 2 land on PC tomorrow

Thursday, 16th July 2009 23:30 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

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Community manager Josh Olin has announced that patch 1.5 for Call of Duty: World at War arrives on PC tomorrow, July 17, along with Map Pack 2 for free.

Good news, that.

Here are the patch notes according to the official site:

  • CO-OP hosts can now kick players from their lobby
  • Improved dog spawning in MP
  • Addressed an issue with Zombie pathing
  • Fixed an instance of the player model displaying incorrectly
  • Some unhandled exception errors have been addressed
  • Improved server browser’s refresh functionality when the Source is set to ‘Favorites’
  • Added support for CODTV
  • “cg_DrawFPS 1″ now only displays FPS and cg ms/frame
  • Added RCon command “teamstatus” to display players’ team information
  • Mods: Added joinsquad script function
  • Mods: Players can now join CO-OP lobbies that are hosting map names with more than eighteen characters
  • Mods: Users can now load custom maps when the usermaps folder contains fifty or more custom maps
  • Mods: Removed the loading of duplicate assets that contributed to the ’2048 materials’ error
  • Mods: Increased the amount of mods displayable in the Mods menu
  • Mods: Fixed a crash related to the mod.arena file

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4 Comments

  1. loki

    what fuck is what? Why i should pay for MP2 for Xbox 360?
    Excuse me but Xbox 360 owners buy more than 5 millions copies, PC gamers buy 300k copies. And what a fuck is that. Why i should pay for torrent user. Fuck you

    #1 6 years ago
  2. Stephany Nunneley

    Wow.

    #2 6 years ago
  3. Jonathan Cullen

    Wow indeed.

    #3 6 years ago
  4. SunKing

    @ loki:

    Because they can charge for it knowing people will buy it, and because those people have no other choice if they want extra content. PC users often get free access to mods and user-created content, and so there’s less of an incentive for them to buy anything the dev ships out as DLC.

    #4 6 years ago

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