Monday, November 26, 2012

Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Wii U needs patching

If you are a Wii remote FPS player and were hoping for a flawless experience with Black Ops, you may be a tad disappointed at first. Treyarch is due to patch the controls for the broken aim assist, no cursor sensitivity and hit detection. I've been playing a lot with the Wii remote and I've noticed that players with dual analog completely dominate the games since the aim assist is very powerful if you are using that setup but doesn't even work for the Wii remote. It's an unfair advantage for dual stick players but something that will hopefully be fixed soon. The game is pretty flawless other than those issues however.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

so this confirms the game is bult for casual not core gamers and it also confirms all along that ps3 and x360 userbase are clearly casual gamers

the fact they messed up and left things out worry's me is this the beginning of more and more DERP its core to use twin sticks NONSENSE from the industry

why remove and mess up a system that was near perfect in blops 1 wii

i detest moden fps via twin sticks at least last gen it was normal fps via sticks ps3 and x360 took this and completely screwed it up with MASSIVE SOFTWARE GIMPING

the industry is guilty of casual and so are ps3 and x360 fans that FACT IS CLEAR TO SEE

people using auto aim beating skill based players WELL DONE INDUSTRY