Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Sail 630 Nuclear Bug Explained
A new bug is being reported by the Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Zombies community, as an unusual error code is removing player’s access to the game. This new error code kicks players back to the main menu, and some fans have claimed their accounts are permanently banned as a result. With Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War recently patched, the developers have released information regarding the bug.
This bug manifested on April 2nd and has been dubbed the ‘Sail 630 Nuclear Bug.’ Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War PC players have experienced their game crashing on high levels, and one fan claims to have been banned after receiving the code. To alert the community and developers to this problem, a player took to Reddit to share details regarding their ban.
Reddit user Korlesa compiled 50 posts from the Activision Support page and shared them with Reddit. In the posts, the players were all on PC playing Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Zombies when they received the same error after being above round 50. All the reports claim that they received a permanent ban after the error code appeared despite only playing in the zombie’s experience. In response, Foxhound FPS, Treyarch’s community manager, replied on Reddit stating that he was unable to assist with the issue as all infractions undergo a review process.
Recently, FoxHoundFPS updated his report on Reddit and confirmed that Treyarch is looking into the issue. Despite many player’s claims, he recommends that Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War banned players look into the enforcement policy for ban offenses and clarifies that their bans are not related to this error.
He also shared the team’s report on the ‘630 Nuclear Bud’ where the developers confirm that it results in a standard disconnect. PC players are receiving an error string that should read “Connect to the Blizzard game server has been lost,” but instead, they are receiving this unique error code. Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War’s developer recommends that players continue playing, as usual, suggesting that a fix may be incoming in the near future.
While there is no solution at the moment, the team at least clarified that bans are not caused by this bug. Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War bans go through a review process before being applied, and if a player is banned, it is a result of the security team’s decision.
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War is available on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.
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Published at Thu, 08 Apr 2021 00:52:56 +0000
Hilarious Bootleg Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Mobile Game Goes Viral
Throughout the history of the video game industry, bootleg games have plagued the market for years. In the past, such games could be found extremely cheap, focusing on popular IP’s like Pokemon or Super Mario Bros. However, now it seems most bootleg games hit the mobile market, as they can be created quickly with stolen assets and distributed digitally at a rapid pace.
Although bootleg games have the potential of hurting the market, they sometimes turn out to be quite a treat for fans, as they can contain anything from wacky combinations of video game IPs to strange voice acting to hilarious game titles and more. Now, it seems that a new mobile game ripoff of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is bringing all of that and more to fans, as videos shared of the mobile game have quickly gone viral all around the internet.
Over on Twitter yesterday, user heynicjobstill posted a tweet along with a video containing hilariously bizarre quotes from the character select screen of an action-RPG-styled Super Smash Bros. Ultimate knockoff mobile game. The game reportedly comes from the Cayman Islands and includes characters from a slew of Nintendo IPs, as well as some more obscure fan-made characters like “Evil Mario” and “Melody,” which uses a 3D render of the viral sensation Bowsette. However, the real fun comes from the voice lines of each character in the game.
The bootleg is reportedly titled Super Fighter M – All Star, and on Twitter, fans have been sharing their favorite catchphrases of each character, such as Link, who finally decides to speak up and say, “I don’t like talking very much.” For whatever reason, the creators of Super Fighter M – All Star are also under the impression that Cloud admires Sephiroth, and that Kirby can speak as well. Some of the strangest instances from this bootleg mobile game have seen the T-Rex from Super Mario Odyssey say “Star Fox, shoot at will,” and the Legendary Pokemon Mewtwo insists, “Stop correcting me.”
While a lot of these humorous voice lines can be seen as confusing mistranslations, some niche references seem to have made it into the game as well, with Donkey Kong saying, “Do you have a banana butter pie?” This is likely a reference to the Donkey Kong Country animated cartoon which aired from 1996-2000 and contains an episode where DK himself sings about coconut cream pie.
Even popular video game YouTuber videogamedunkey joined in on the fun, showcasing the strange voice lines in a brand new video. Some fans may be disappointed to learn that Super Fighter M – All Star was understandably removed from the Google Play Store on March 8 after failing to abide by the digital storefronts rules. Regardless, fans are greatly enjoying themselves with what footage of the game still exists.
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Published at Thu, 08 Apr 2021 00:44:50 +0000