Infinity Ward is delivering on its promise to combat the large number of hacks and security issues that have plagued Modern Warfare 2. A large patch is heading for the PS3 version tomorrow, which will address numerous concerns that have popped up over the last few months.
"This new title update will address security issues that have affected online play," wrote the developer in a terse blog post announcing the update.
"In addition to the security updates, this patch will also address a small geo exploit on the map Fuel, which players exploited in order to get inside a rock on the outskirts of the map."
The post mentions the patch is also coming for Xbox 360 and PC, but is heading to PS3 first - presumably because that's where most of the offending actions are taking place. Numerous complaints have been filed over cheating and hacking occurring over the PS3's online servers, along with a flurry of bugs, glitches and stability issues. PC gamers have voiced some concerns as well, while the Xbox 360 version appears to have the fewest problems.
Mar 7, 2011