If you’re a completionist, games with unobtainable trophies are most likely the bane of your existence. Well, we’ve got good news, because you can now earn the Platinum trophy in Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, which previously had a bug that prevented you from earning a specific trophy.
According to a post on TrueTrophies.com, a patch went live today, updating the game to version 1.09 and adding the ability to unlock the Prestigious Award, a trophy that was preventing players from earning the Platinum.
To unlock the “Prestigious Award” trophy, you must attain max level or Prestige with 25 different weapons in Zombies. Before the patch, players were reporting that they were meeting the requirements of the trophy, with no success getting it to unlock.
This update also adds some fixes, as well as new Zombie content, and the inclusion of new trophies to unlock. The patch notes detail all the improvements included in this new update.
A summary of the patch is as follows:
Blackout map visual and environmental updates
Blackout audio and Armor design updates
Blackout weapon balancing (SDM and Spitfire)
Improved MP melee reliability
Updates to Prophet, Firebreak, and Seraph
Nuketown, Gun Game, and Safeguard added to Custom Games
Various MP Challenge fixes
Daily Tier Skips and high-round fixes in Zombies
Stability improvements in MP and Zombies
Character customization improvements
Options added: Global ADS sensitivity, tap to reload in Blackout
If you haven’t downloaded the newest update for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, it will prompt you to do so the next time you play. Here’s to hoping even more games with unobtainable trophies get fixed.