Call of Duty WW2 developer Sledgehammer is starting to roll out a BIG new update to the game (update 1.10) in order to make several changes to the games online multiplayer.
The update is already available to download and sources online suggest that it weighs in at around 2GB on consoles.
Currently this is live on PlayStation 4 and should go live shortly on Xbox One and PC.
However, there’s no news yet on when this could be, or if the update will be the same size as their PlayStation counterparts.
A tweet from Sledgehammer games posted moments ago reads:
“STATUS UPDATE: We’ve begun to roll out an update across all platforms. We’re still testing and validating a lot of the changes, so stay tuned for patch notes coming out later tonight. Thanks, everyone! :)”
It’s not clear what new features could be contained in this update, but, Call of Duty WW2 patch notes should give a clearer indication later this evening.
However, here are some of the things the Call of Duty WW2 developer have been working on:
• War Mode XP – Sledgehammer Games said they’re aware of feedback pointing out a difference in match XP awarding rates and are investigating it.
• Ranked Play – Call of Duty WW2 fans could soon be getting four player party support.
• Flak Gun Event – The amount of armoury credits awarded is now based on participation and success of shooting down crates.
• Custom Community Playlist – Sledgehammer promised: “We’ll come up with a good, long list of map-mode combinations based on existing offerings, and we’re going to let you chime in on your favourites.”
• Prestige Token “Last-Chance” Prompt – Sledgehammer Games is working to add a message that makes you confirm whether you want to use these tokens.
Stay tuned for more details as they become available.