What Treyarch and Activision definitely didn't want yesterday's Call of Duty: Black Ops patch to do was, embarrassingly, tell a disgruntled PS3 community they have "no Xbox Live party chat".

Blink, however, and you will have missed it - a hotfix has since been released to erase the error.

But luckily CVG dug through the game's forums and found a supporting picture.

PS3 Call of Duty: Black Ops hasn't worked properly online since launch. The mob sharpened their pitchforks yesterday by involving consumer rights group Gamers Voice, which duly reported Activision UK to the Office of Fair Trading because of the "never-ending list of problems" associated with the game.

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Cringe.

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