Black Ops 3 Update 1.33 Is Out, Security And Stability Fixes

Black Ops 3 has received Update 1.33. You can now download this patch on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. You will find that Black Ops 3 Update 1.33 is quite a secretive patch as they barely released any patch notes. The download and install size on Xbox One is 2 GB and 1,5 GB on PS4. Something that stands out is that they have made some security and stability fixes.

Black Ops 3 focuses on the foundations of the saga to accelerate combat, fluid movement and give a different personality. It includes the possibility of playing the campaign between four players, in a cooperative way. It also includes a class system so that each player has unique characteristics. In Black Ops 3 there are specialists, nine in total, each with two skills, a special weapon and a move or advantage, similar to the choice of Kill streaks in the traditional multiplayer. Below you will find the complete list of Black Ops 3 Update 1.33 patch notes.

  • Security and stability fixes

A Twitter user talked with Treyarch Studios about the latest update regarding Black Ops 3 and asked them what it’s for. Here is what they replied.

Just a routine backend update for California state privacy law compliance, nothing player-facing.

The game takes place in 2065, forty years after the second part and within the same universe. After the problems with the drones seen in Black Ops 2, countries now have much more complex air defenses. The world is much technologically advanced and has serious problems of climate change. Robotics and artificial intelligence have come a long way, and there are those who fear that robots will take control of the world.

In the game we control a team of undercover operations specialists who will have to complete missions around the world in a history of conspiracies. There is a variation of this called Nightmares that tells us in a zombie version.

I remind you that Treyarch and Activision’s Black Ops 3 released on November 6, 2015 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

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