New Call Of Duty WWII Update Has An Awesome New Feature

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New Call Of Duty WWII Update Has An Awesome New Feature

If you are a PlayStation 4 owner, you are right now able to enjoy the fantastic War Machine DLC pack. This is the second DLC pack for Call Of Duty WWII and while it is only on PlayStation right now, it will be available on Xbox One and PC in around a month.

You may think that War Machine itself is what has gotten me so excited (which to be fair is kind of true) but that is not what I want to talk about right now. Sledgehammer Games have clearly been listening to us fans and they have added a new feature…. Or should I say taken away something that has been hurting Call Of Duty WWII and that is the limited sprint time.

Look, I know and understand that the World War II setting means that Sledgehammer Games could not have people wall running, boost jumping and moving around with NBA all-star levels of athleticism. However, the limited sprint time was something that I did not hate and I did get used to it, but it was still something that held the game back. Actually, I would go as far to say that the limited sprint time is the only gameplay feature in the whole of Call Of Duty WWII that I was not a fan of.

Well, Sledgehammer has clearly listened to the people like me who were not overly impressed with this and now have made it so there is unlimited sprinting in Call Of Duty WWII. I think this is awesome and already in the couple of matches I have played I appreciate this change.

I would love to know if you guys are happy with unlimited sprinting in Call Of Duty WWII or if you preferred the slower pace?

Call Of Duty To Get Community Update Weekly

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Call Of Duty To Get Community Update Weekly

Sledgehammer Games are really stepping up to make sure that us Call Of Duty WWII fans are as happy as can be. For the most part, the response to Call Of Duty WWII has been overwhelmingly positive. Great campaign, awesome multiplayer, terrifying zombies, fantastic new war mode and DLC that is actually offering you good value for money.
Well, the guys and gals at Sledgehammer Games are taking things a step further by introducing a new weekly community update. All of the details have not been revealed just yet, but each week they will offer updates on the game in general as well as a multiplayer and zombies update.
In the past, some people in the COD community have felt that while the developers were good at talking about what they were adding to the game. When it came to talking about things that the community has an issue with bugs, trolls, and just generally annoying things. Communication was not always easy to establish. With this new approach, it does appear that Sledgehammer Games are trying to change that and keep us up to date on what changes are being made to Call Of Duty WWII as well as actually listening to the community.
I personally think this is pretty cool news and it will certainly be something that I look into. With Sledgehammer doing this, I do also feel that it puts a little bit of pressure on Treyarch and Infinity Ward to do the same when they release their Call Of Duty games which is only good news for us Call Of Duty fans.

Call Of Duty To Get Community Update Weekly

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Call Of Duty To Get Community Update Weekly

Sledgehammer Games are really stepping up to make sure that us Call Of Duty WWII fans are as happy as can be. For the most part, the response to Call Of Duty WWII has been overwhelmingly positive. Great campaign, awesome multiplayer, terrifying zombies, fantastic new war mode and DLC that is actually offering you good value for money.
Well, the guys and gals at Sledgehammer Games are taking things a step further by introducing a new weekly community update. All of the details have not been revealed just yet, but each week they will offer updates on the game in general as well as a multiplayer and zombies update.
In the past, some people in the COD community have felt that while the developers were good at talking about what they were adding to the game. When it came to talking about things that the community has an issue with bugs, trolls, and just generally annoying things. Communication was not always easy to establish. With this new approach, it does appear that Sledgehammer Games are trying to change that and keep us up to date on what changes are being made to Call Of Duty WWII as well as actually listening to the community.
I personally think this is pretty cool news and it will certainly be something that I look into. With Sledgehammer doing this, I do also feel that it puts a little bit of pressure on Treyarch and Infinity Ward to do the same when they release their Call Of Duty games which is only good news for us Call Of Duty fans.

What Is In The Call Of Duty WW2 Updates

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What Is In The Call Of Duty WW2 Update 1.08

As you may have noticed, Call Of Duty WWII required an update before you could play it. Now before you get all excited, the main purpose of this update was actually to bring the Winter Siege to an end.
We had a lot of fun with the Winter Siege and to be fair Sledgehammer Games have not left us high and dry. If you still have some open active orders from Winter Siege then you can finish them off and if you still have some Winter Siege loot boxes that you did not get round to opening, you can still open them as they will not change back to regular loot boxes. So it is good that they have made it so those of us who have been busy the last few days can finish off what we started. Winter Collection Rewards, however, are done and dusted now, which kind of sucks, but to be fair, we did expect this.
No actual patch notes have been released as I write this, but there is a lot of talk going around that this update is paving the way for the first big bit of DLC, The Resistance which is due to drop at the end of January. No doubt there was some other small changes made to Call Of Duty WWII during the 1.08 update, but until the folks at Activision and Sledgehammer Games release the patch notes, we will have to wait and see.

What Is In The Call Of Duty WW2 Updates

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What Is In The Call Of Duty WW2 Update 1.08

As you may have noticed, Call Of Duty WWII required an update before you could play it. Now before you get all excited, the main purpose of this update was actually to bring the Winter Siege to an end.
We had a lot of fun with the Winter Siege and to be fair Sledgehammer Games have not left us high and dry. If you still have some open active orders from Winter Siege then you can finish them off and if you still have some Winter Siege loot boxes that you did not get round to opening, you can still open them as they will not change back to regular loot boxes. So it is good that they have made it so those of us who have been busy the last few days can finish off what we started. Winter Collection Rewards, however, are done and dusted now, which kind of sucks, but to be fair, we did expect this.
No actual patch notes have been released as I write this, but there is a lot of talk going around that this update is paving the way for the first big bit of DLC, The Resistance which is due to drop at the end of January. No doubt there was some other small changes made to Call Of Duty WWII during the 1.08 update, but until the folks at Activision and Sledgehammer Games release the patch notes, we will have to wait and see.

What Is In The Call Of Duty WW2 Updates

0

What Is In The Call Of Duty WW2 Update 1.08

As you may have noticed, Call Of Duty WWII required an update before you could play it. Now before you get all excited, the main purpose of this update was actually to bring the Winter Siege to an end.
We had a lot of fun with the Winter Siege and to be fair Sledgehammer Games have not left us high and dry. If you still have some open active orders from Winter Siege then you can finish them off and if you still have some Winter Siege loot boxes that you did not get round to opening, you can still open them as they will not change back to regular loot boxes. So it is good that they have made it so those of us who have been busy the last few days can finish off what we started. Winter Collection Rewards, however, are done and dusted now, which kind of sucks, but to be fair, we did expect this.
No actual patch notes have been released as I write this, but there is a lot of talk going around that this update is paving the way for the first big bit of DLC, The Resistance which is due to drop at the end of January. No doubt there was some other small changes made to Call Of Duty WWII during the 1.08 update, but until the folks at Activision and Sledgehammer Games release the patch notes, we will have to wait and see.