Sledgehammer Announces Upcoming Fixes to CoD: WWII Multiplayer and Zombies - July 20 Community Update - Dexerto
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Sledgehammer Announces Upcoming Fixes to CoD: WWII Multiplayer and Zombies – July 20 Community Update

Published: 20/Jul/2018 20:00 Updated: 16/Oct/2020 15:37

by DG Goldstein


Multiple fixes will be coming to Call of Duty: WWII for multiplayer and Nazi Zombies following the most recent ‘Community Update’ by Sledgehammer.

Taking place every Friday, Sledgehammer, the developer of CoD: WWII, releases a ‘Community Update’ which provides a set of information pertaining to the current ‘state’ of the game, and future changes.

On Friday, July 20, a new Community Update revealed that upcoming fixes will be coming in the next ‘Big Title Update,’ however, it is unknown when it will be released at the time of writing.

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Upcoming Multiplayer Fixes. Below are some top issues we’re working on for our next big title update.

  • Improving hit detection consistency when using shotguns against a Cavalry Shield
  • Fixing issue where prestiging Cavalry Division causes Secondary weapon to default to a rifle
  • Fixing issue where character models’ legs are missing from War Mode cutscenes

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Adjustments will also be implemented into WWII during the announced Title Update, with Sledgehammer taking feedback from community members to help create fixes down the line on specific issues.

Upcoming Zombies Fixes. Coming in our next big title update are fixes for some of the top issues we’ve seen in the community. Among them are:

  • Decreasing the amount of Wüstling zombies across all maps
  • Updating UI for Custom Match on The Tortured Path
  • Fixing issue with audio of some Hidden Characters dialogue
  • Decreasing the difficulty of the final step of the “Into the Storm” Easter Egg
  • Removing wave count restrictions when upgrading Wonder Weapons
  • Fixing issue in the Survival Maps where if player drops the Sword of Barbarossa, they don’t get it back

We will continue to provide updates on upcoming additions to Call of Duty: WWII as they are made available.

More information on the July 20 Sledgehammer Community Update can be found right here.

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Warzone team banned from $250k Twitch Rivals event after cheating scandal

Published: 22/Jan/2021 10:34 Updated: 22/Jan/2021 10:42

by Brad Norton


The $250K Twitch Rivals Doritos Bowl Warzone event hit a major snag in the road on January 21, as alleged cheaters were disqualified from the competition ahead of the closing round.

One of the biggest Warzone events to date set the scene for one of the biggest cheating scandals to date. Amidst the five-rounds of private lobby action, a number of Warzone’s veteran competitors began to accuse players of cheating in the tournament.

The Trio of METZY_B, kyrptic_j0ker, & Unifyz were disqualified from the competition in light of these allegations. This ban came through before players dropped into the fifth and final match of the day.

“Based on the evidence submitted from various sources in and out of the tournament, [Twitch has] determined that [their] gameplay was unnatural beyond a reasonable doubt,” event host Caleb ‘WavePunk’ Simmons explained.

As a result of their disqualification, Twitch opted to move forward with the event. Rather than restarting or replaying on a different date, the fifth map continued with one less team.

Accusations made against Metzy_B

Accusations started piling up after the fourth round of action. Players noticed some extremely sharp aim coming from METZY_B in particular. 

Resident Warzone investigator Tommey was soon on the case, as he began to dissect the footage. It was peculiar auto-aim that caught his eye, as the suspected cheater immediately “locked on” to an opposing player in the clip.

Given the $250K up for grabs, there was plenty at stake. $45,000 was on the line for the winning team, while even a last place finish would have awarded the alleged cheaters $1,200. However, METZY_B and his team were “ineligible for prizing,” Twitch soon confirmed. 

Naturally, it didn’t take long for the controversy to spill across social media, with many of Warzone’s biggest names repeating their gripes with the lack of an effective anti-cheat system.

“Unfortunately without anti-cheat, authentic Warzone tournaments just aren’t possible anymore,” NICKMERCS said. “There’s too much cheese & way too many rats.”

Despite this, it later became clear that, perhaps, the players in the tournament had jumped the gun early with their accusations…

METZY_B clears his name

After being kicked from the tournament, METZY_B joined Tommey’s Discord call in an attempt to clear his name, showing his PC, the programs he’s been using and more.

While METZY wasn’t reinstated to the tournament, some critics have deleted their tweets and Tommey, after investigating the situation, conceded that he got it wrong this time and there “wasn’t enough to go as far as it did.”

He later clarified that he played no part in reporting METZY to the admins of the tournament or forcing his removal, but the player is “more than welcome to take his earnings” from the event.

Game five continued with one less team in the lobby. Champions were crowned and the $250K prize pool was split accordingly. Be sure to check out our event hub for a full recap of the troubled Twitch Rivals Warzone tournament.