It seems that Call of Duty: Black Ops 2’s launch isn’t going as smooth as Activision intended, as players are now complaining of unredeemable downloadable content vouchers on the PlayStation 3, after citing connectivity issues yesterday.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 came out earlier this week and quickly broke sales records at all sorts of retailers from around the world.
Sadly, players haven’t received the best experience after purchasing the game, as many are reporting connectivity issues and now PS3 owners have flooded the PlayStation forums, via VG247, claiming that they can’t redeem the DLC vouchers they received with their copies of Black Ops 2.
According to many users, their codes, either for Nuketown 2025 or Nuketown Zombies, can’t be redeemed on the PlayStation Store, even if they are valid, effectively locking them out of the bonus DLCs they paid good money for.
As of yet, neither Activision nor Sony has talked about this issue.