Update 2:07 p.m. EST: Infinity Ward released full patch notes this afternoon.

Infinity Ward just released the full PC patch notes for "Call of Duty: Ghosts," which detail the several changes and fixes made for the "COD: Ghosts" PC version. New features officially include additional support for #CODeSports Major League Gaming (MLG) broadcast tools and support for 4k displays.

According to the patch notes released by Infinity Ward, several performance and stability changes have been introduced, including Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) SLI and AMD (NYSE:AMD) video card performance improvements, changing the 6GB minimum RAM requirement, some CPU optimization for PCs with less than 4 cores.

For full patch notes, take a look at Infinity Ward's post on the "Call of Duty" website.

Original Story below:

“Call of Duty: Ghosts” players on PC may have found some relief to the install frustrations encountered since its Nov. 5 release. On the evening of Monday Nov. 18, Infinity Ward, a subsidiary of Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ:ATVI), finally released a patch for the version of “COD: Ghosts” available on PC via the Steam digital distribution platform. The PC patch for “Call of Duty: Ghosts” was announced by Infinity Ward via their official Twitter feed around 11:42 p.m. EST. Patch notes will be released sometime today according to Infinity Ward.



However, some intrepid Reddit users have looked into the “COD: Ghosts” PC 400 MB patch, which appears to fix alleviate a variety of issues, notably the artificial 6GB minimum RAM system memory requirement that prevented a number of “Call of Duty: Ghosts” players from enjoying their latest first-person shooter. Prior to the patch release for “COD: Ghosts,” players turned to an unofficial RAMfix workaround posted on torrent sites to get their game running.

Reddit user Mkapex1 looked into some of the noticeable changes made with the “COD:Ghosts” patch. According to his post, the 6GB RAM requirement was lowered to 4GB in the patch. Along with this major fix, other minor changes include a fix for menu stutter and some e-sports features added to private match mode.

Mp1st demonstrates some of the e-sports broadcaster features added with the latest “Call of Duty: Ghosts” patch via several screenshots.

More details about the latest “COD: Ghosts” PC patch will be added when Infinity Ward releases the patch notes.

What has your “COD: Ghosts” experience been like after the release of the PC patch? Let us know in the comments.