A lot is happening behind the closed door at Sledgehammer Games for Call of Duty: WWII. The developer has just announced via their official community website that a new patch for Call of Duty WWII will go live at some point next week. Sadly, no specific release date was announced, but the developer gave a short glimpse at what fixes and improvements Call of Duty WWII players can expect from this new upcoming update.
- Map exploit fixes
- UI improvements
- Fixes to issues with Party
- Connectivity optimizations
- Adjusted the BAR (increased recoil)
- Reduced the flinch-reduction in the Primed Basic Training
- Fixed the “snaking” exploit while crouching and proning repeatedly
- Fixed an important bug with the smoke grenade.
- + more.
In addition to this, Sledgehammer Games also announced via Twitter Double XP event for Call of Duty: WWII. It will start on November 22 at 10 AM PT and will end on November 27 at 10 AM PT. Sledgehammer’s Michael Condrey wrote: “#CODWWII 2XP starts Weds 10 am PST just in time for Thanksgiving! Good stuff. PS: I’m going to need bigger pants”.
#CODWWII 2XP starts Weds 10am PST just in time for Thanksgiving! Good stuff. PS: I’m going to need bigger pants
— M.Condrey in WWII (@MichaelCondrey) November 22, 2017
In another news, it was revealed by GameStop that Call of Duty: WWII sales are going on pretty strong, it is 64% up as compared to the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. Michael Pachter tweeted: “GameStop just said Call of Duty WWII sales up 64% vs. last year’s CoD. Way to go”
GameStop just said Call of Duty WWII sales up 64% vs. last year’s CoD. Way to go, @SHGames
— Michael Pachter (@michaelpachter) November 21, 2017