Get all the details on the latest fixes for the recently released FPS.
With Call of Duty: WWII now finally out, people have had the chance to play the long-awaited first person shooter, and as is expected with any major new release, the game has a few issues and bugs that need fixing. Activision and Sledgehammer have released the latest patch for the game which addresses a number of these issues.
The patch fixes several issues, such as an issue that prevented the Daily Login Bonus popup from appearing after breaking the login streak, or addressing the issue thanks to which certain game modes were not being counted towards objectives victories. Aditionally, the patch also makes security improvements, along with making some fixes to the Headquarters, as well as adding new fixes and improvements to the Quartermaster.
You can check out the full patch notes below- it is currently available for download on the PS4, Xbox One and PC, if your system hasn’t already automatically downloaded it, that is.
Call of Duty: WWII launched earlier this month, and though we felt it was far from being the refreshing deviation this series is not in desperate need of, we still thought it was an all-around solid experience. You can read our review of the game here.
- Fixed an issue where the Daily Login Reward popup was not showing up correctly after initially breaking the login streak.
- Fixed an issue where certain game modes were not counting towards objective wins
- Increased the time in which players can load back into the game lobby before timing out
- Security improvements
- Fixed an issue with entering the Headquarters after leaving the Store
- Additional fixes and improvements with the Quartermaster