What Did The First COD WWII Community Update Reveal – Call Of Duty WW2 Armored Division Guide

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What Did The First COD WWII Community Update Reveal
What Did The First COD WWII Community Update Reveal?
Sledgehammer introducing the community update so that they can keep us fans in the loop of what is happening in the future of the game is something I and many of you got very excited about. Well on the 2nd of March, Sledgehammer delivered their first Call Of Duty WWII community update and I wanted to share a few of the things I found exciting.
The first thing is that they said there was a huge new update coming. They did not exactly go into a ton of details here to even say exactly what this update But they did say that there are a weapon and uniform update coming to the game and that it is going to be very exciting. Paint Shop was something else they mentioned and that it is still coming. I liked how there were some nice examples of what the Paint Shop was going to offer.
Another thing I liked the sound of was HC Team Killing Ricochet. While I am not really what you would class as a Hardcore Player in Call Of Duty WWII. I do like the sound of how they are changing things up by having a separate HC Playlist that is going to contain Ricochet where if you shoot a teammate, it is you that takes the damage and not them. This is bound to be something that makes many people happy.
While I have just mentioned a couple of things here, I must say that this first Community Update for Call Of Duty WWII was a lot of fun and that I am looking forward to the next one. These updates are scheduled to drop each Friday so make sure that you keep an eye open for what Sledgehammer Games have to say about the future of Call Of Duty WWII.
Call Of Duty WW2 Armored Division Guide
Call Of Duty WW2 Armored Division Guide

While at first glance the Division system in Call Of Duty WW2 looks completely different to the class system we have all gotten used to the last decade. It is actually pretty similar. Today we are looking at the Armored Division and letting you know how to get the best out of it.
Armored Division is one of the most interesting Divisions in the game. At first glance, you think this is the tank class and it actually is. Making use of rocket launchers and badass machine guns make this a class that can do some very, very heavy damage in the right hands.
The Armored Division though, while extremely offensive can actually be a huge defensive ally to any team. You see they can use bipods to set up defenses and they can even use tripods so that they can position themselves with their machine gun to get less recoil. The basic loadout of an MG15, bazooka and sticky bombs is going to cause a real loud bang.
One of the ways (once you are leveled up enough of course) that you can get the best out of the Armored Division in Call Of Duty WW2 is to take the time to set up a defensive perimeter first and then go on your rampage. We do not think that this is the class that is best suited for beginners, but at the same time once you get the hang of it, we would say that Armored Division is one of the most fun classes in the entire game as the weapons are so big and powerful, it is impossible not to have fun when using them.
Battlefield 5 Is Going Back To World War II
Battlefield 5 Is Going Back To World War II
Call Of Duty WWII was a huge success, going back to WWII was just what the series needed and if a leak is to be believed (which I really think it is) the next Battlefield game is also going to be set during World War II.
EA and Dice already confirmed that there would be a new Battlefield game, Battlefield 5 released in 2018 and many people are starting to report that the game will be set during World War II. The last game in the Battlefield series that was set during this time period was Battlefield 1943 which was actually released all the way back in 1943…. Just kidding, but 2009 when the game was released certainly does feel like a long time ago.
Without a doubt, more Battlefield 5 information is going to be leaked in the coming weeks. But there is an E3 Play Event that is coming just before this year’s E3. EA themselves have confirmed that they will be showing off Battlefield 5 during this time.
While we all know that Battlefield brings a fantastic multiplayer experience. What I personally am very interested in hearing about is the single player content. I really enjoyed what Battlefield 1 offered in terms of single player content, but it was just so short that it left me wanting more. I have a feeling that for Battlefield 5, Dice will be working on something pretty special for the campaign.
I would love to hear what you guys would like to see in Battlefield 5 in the comments section down below.
Will People Leave Call Of Duty WW2 Early
Will People Leave Call Of Duty WW2 Early?

Look, I love what Sledgehammer have done with Call Of Duty WW2 and all the reports that Activision is giving out show that it has been a huge financial as well as critical success. Actually, I just read that it broke the first day digital sales on PlayStation 4 which is pretty nuts. The Resistance DLC and the Resistance Event that so far has only released on PlayStation 4 have been great.
However, many of us Call Of Duty fans have one eye on the future and that eye is trying to peek at the next COD game which all the rumors are stating is going to be Call Of Duty Black Ops 4 or at the very least a game in that same kind of style. The Black Ops series is very popular and people are already hyped by this potential news, so hyped that there have been some people online saying that they are not just looking forward to Treyarch’s next Call Of Duty game and as a result have lost a bit of interest in Call Of Duty WW2.
Call Of Duty is a game that manages to have a lot of staying power if the game is good. Black Ops III proved this as it was still supported two years after it was released. I think that Call Of Duty WW2 is one of the best COD games in the franchise’s history, so I would hate to see people lose interest just because a new Call Of Duty game is on the horizon.

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