The latest title update for Call of Duty: Ghosts corrects a number of stability issues and removes several exploits allowing players to repeatedly spam one another and utilize a hacked "god mode," according to the patch notes.
The update that went live late yesterday stops the "god mode" exploit as well as an invisibility cheat and a hack that allows players to take no damage from weapons or melee attacks. The update applies itself automatically to Ghosts without the need for an additional download.
Other fixes in the patch include ones for performance issues caused by spamming, issues with botched respawns in certain maps, freecam bugs and improved backend stability for online multiplayer mode.
Details on specific bug fixes and patch notes for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and Windows PC versions of the game are available on the Call of Duty forums.
Call of Duty: Ghosts launched on Nov. 5. Check out Polygon's review here.
Update: The Wii U version has also received an update, including the addition of a Scoredboard panel to the GamePad screen and the ability to mute individual players. Patch notes can be found here.