Infinity Ward has finally come up with the solution to the online problems that have plagued the popular Call of Duty 4 since last week.
The online component of the game started to fall apart last week due to the sheer number of enlisted players online.
But Robert Bowling, Infinity Ward's community relation’s manager, stated that things should now be back to normal and players could resume once again to their favourite killing activities.
"You should no longer be receiving this error message or any other issues related to the firmware update in the game. Thank you to everyone for giving us the heads up on this so we could start tracking down answers, and getting it resolved and please let us know if you have any additional issues."
After the problems came to a head last week, the company announced that it was "upgrading all server hardware as well as dedicated an individual database to each functionality to improve performance and handle the traffic hitting the servers".
Problems were increased yesterday when Sony launched its PS3 firmware 2.01, which resulted in gamers complaining that the online mode of COD4 died on them ever since upgrading to the firmware.
Source: Portal IT