‘Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War’ bug makes Operators ‘naked’

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‘Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War’ bug makes Operators ‘naked’

A new Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War bug has left gamers noticing that their Operators are ‘naked’ and hairless online.

While Operators do retain small black underwear, they are otherwise completely exposed. The bug also deletes hairstyles, replacing them with a smooth bald head. Even the eyes are affected, with bugged players having empty black sockets instead.

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It’s unclear at the moment exactly how many players have encountered this bug, or which Operators are susceptible.

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So far, neither Treyarch nor Activision have acknowledged the issue. Because of this, it is unclear if a fix is incoming, or when the issue will be patched out. While it doesn’t break the game, the bug is very noticeable though does seem to be rare.

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In other Call Of Duty news, Activision has revealed the new map, Rebirth Island, for Call Of Duty: Warzone. The trailer also included a new Operator, one-eyed Vikhor “Stitch” Kuzmin, an ex-KGB leader of the Nova 6 program, an experimental chemical weapons production site on Rebirth Island.

Meanwhile, Call Of Duty: Mobile has just added two new weapons for Season 13: the Peacekeeper and the MP7.

Published at Mon, 14 Dec 2020 14:27:17 +0000

‘Super Mario’ manga available in English for the first time

Super Mario manga is available in English for the first time, going on sale in North America.

The English language edition is an anthology collection, made up of the best stories which have been regularly printed in Japanese since the 1990s. From over 50 volumes, North American publishers Viz Media have compiled 160 pages for English language release of the manga.

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The new manga contains original artwork from Yukio Sawada, who has illustrated the Japanese version since the series began. He is also one of the series’ writers.

Viz Media says the stories range “from crazy to classic.” They will see “Mario and his friends star in adventures that find them travelling through the many worlds of one of the biggest video game series ever!”

In other Super Mario news, the Italian plumber will be the star of the show when the Super Nintendo Land theme park opens in Japan next year. The park will be an extension of the Universal Studios in Osaka, and features an AR Mario Kart roller coaster as its main attraction.

Meanwhile, Mario’s parent company Nintendo had a successful November, outselling both the PS5 and Xbox Series X/S by units sold despite the launch rush for the two next gen machines. It continued their now 24-month long streak as the highest monthly selling console.

Published at Mon, 14 Dec 2020 11:45:56 +0000

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