PS3 version of Modern Warfare 2 shrugs off hassles, back online

November 12, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran


The PS3 version of Modern Warfare 2, which ran into rough weather owing to connectivity issues, has been pulled back on track. Reports said Infinity Ward has made an update to the game and removed the hassles to bring it back online. There had been issues that had been eating into the game’s trophy support and multiplayer matchmaking. Players had found it difficult to get online since a few hours.

Significantly, the problems surfaced the same day of the game seeing its sales zoom. It was record-breaking sales all through, and suddenly hurdles popped up. PS3 owners complained of problems such as trophies weren’t unlocking in the single player campaign. Complaints of matchmaking troubles putting a check on online gaming also came up. It was then left to Infinity Ward’s experts, especially Robert Bowling, who went for the quick fix. It had indeed taken much effort from Bowling who had remarked that the software patch which was earlier today was not the cause and that it won’t fix immediate multiplayer problems. However, hours of trouble shooting has finally made things work.

Later on, Bowling tweeted: PS3 Status: Patch successful. Trophy Unlocks on PS3 now available in Single Player & Spec Ops. The firefighting done successfully, the PS3 version of the game is now back online.


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