A comprehensive update for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of Call of Duty: Black Ops has gone live today, developer Treyarch has announced.

Community manager Josh Olin gave users the go-ahead to download the patch on his Twitter feed, before adding "the next #CODBlackOps PC patch is targeting for release this week.

The full list of tweaks that the new console update makes was detailed last week but the update mainly focuses on tying up multiplayer exploits.

Details on what the impending PC patch offers will be confirmed soon.

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