Black Ops 3: Call of Duty fans hit by server issues on PS4, Xbox One and PC

For those of us who are into one gaming community or the other, Call of Duty Black Ops 3 just launched on the November 6, has reported to have issues playing the game one PlayStation 4, Xbox one and PC
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Although Activision commented on the issue saying they are working hard to resolve issues surrounding playing Black Ops 3 on PlayStation, which has resulted into making so many fans report the issue 
An official response from the support team confirms: "We are aware that some customers are encountering intermittent connectivity issues with Call of Duty: Black Ops III on PlayStation consoles.

"We are actively working to have the servers at full functionality as soon as possible.

"Thank you for your patience."

        Gamers are also reporting fresh problems connecting to the Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 servers on all of the main platforms.
Issues are being seen in both North America and the UK, with some players finding server loads reaching 60 per cent and then freezing.
One fan commented online: "It is STILL down since early last night!
"It kicks me and my friends out of just about every game and Nuketown is only available for the weekend, doesn't feel like there was any point in pre-ordering anything these days."
Gamers on Xbox One, PS4, PC, Xbox 360 and PS3 has reported a miscellany of issues accessing key areas of the game since its launch

    An official Activision update on one of those problems, downloading the DLC pre-ordered items, has been resolved, according to the support team.
"We have received reports that some players are unable to access either The Giant and NUK3TOWN map on Xbox One.
"This issue has been resolved. Be sure that your Xbox One is up to date."
There was a lot of reports this afternoon that server started acting up again, although for some it hadn't been fully fixed from earlier this week.
        The peak of the issues started during the game's launch earlier today, with some PC gamers unable to play the game due to frame rate problems.
Treyarch have since released guidance on the issue, telling fans: "There have been reports of certain i5 CPUs having performance issues causing very low frame rates - We are still working on the final solution for this issue, but we have had reports that changing WorkerThreads = 4 to WorkerThreads = 2 in your config.ini file can help."

Other console gamers have seen themselves unable to play online, with Activision advising fans to restart their PS4 or Xbox One to download the latest game update.
Fans have also highlighted issues downloading the Nuk3town and The Giant DLC maps on Xbox One, something Microsoft say they have been investigating.
A message on the Xbox support site explains: "We understand some of you who purchased the Call of Duty: Black Ops III - Deluxe Edition are being prompted to repurchase a Season Pass for the game and can't access the Nuk3town and The Giant bonus maps,
"We want to assure you we are working to fix this as quickly as possible."

       Xbox One and PS4 players weren't the only fans hit by Black Ops issues today, with Xbox 360 and PS3 owners also complaining of server issues.
   Fans have commented on this issue one fan said "Purchased the game last night for Xbox 360 at midnight, wasn't able to get online till 1am then after an hour I was no longer able to get multiplayer online."
 Another one also said "I bought Call of Duty for PS3 this morning for my daughter. She has been waiting for months for this day to come. We get home and she can't play game. What is going on and how long until it's fixed? Very upset parent."
   A message from Activision support team have confirmed they were working on the issues related to the last-gen consoles 
"Xbox 360 & PS3 - Having problems finding a match on BO3? The teams are aware & are investigating now. We appreciate your patience," the support message reads.