The latest 1.08 update from "Call of Duty: Black Ops 3" has arrived, and it also comes with a 184.108.40.206.0 hotfix which enables players to change the playlist. For fans of Black Ops 3, the 220.127.116.11.0 hotfix puts the Chaos Moshpit playlist in, replacing and removing the Nuk3town playlist.
In a report by Gottabemobile, the March Black Ops 3 1.08 update is huge, given its size of 10.791 GB on PS4. There is a possibility that this update is a part of the preparation for the upcoming Black Ops 3 DLC 2 which is expected to be released very soon. With such a large size, rumor has it that it will include Black Ops 3 DLC 2 maps. This update is also available in Xbox One as a downloadable 2.8 GB file. For PC gamers, the update can be retrieved through Steam.
Meanwhile, the Black Ops 3 encountered some server issues recently, causing the game to be offline in Playstation 4, Xbox One and Xbox 360. Express reported earlier today that "intermittent connectivity issues" caused servers to go down affecting gamers trying to play during that time.
"Online services are degraded. Users in some regions may experience some connectivity issues," the latest server issue from Activision reads. The company also expressed their awareness in terms of problems affecting their games across all platforms. Concerning the server issues, the company gave this statement in their support website: "We are currently aware that some customers are encountering intermittent connectivity issues in some Activision titles for the following platforms."
"Platforms Affected: PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PC, Wii U, Mobile Platforms. We are working toward a resolution at this time and hope to have the servers at full functionality as soon as possible," another post from Activision reads.
It did not take Activision too long, and the company was able to resolve the issue and bring Black Ops 3 back online across all platforms. Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 is currently being played in Xbox One, PC Play station 4 and Wii U.