A small Hotfix was introduced into Call of Duty: WWII by Sledgehammer to address a number of in-game issues noticed by fans.
First released in November of 2017, Call of Duty: WWII quickly shot to the top of the charts in the gaming industry after bringing in over $1 billion in sales over the course of mere months.
The highly-anticipated return to traditional 'boots on the ground' combat played a large part in its immediate success, with many praising Sledgehammer for straying away from 'advanced movement' mechanics.
In order to keep the game 'fresh,' the developer has maintained a constant line of communication with players and fans via avenues such as Twitter, Reddit, and their community blog in order to implement necessary changes to possible bugs and glitches.
On Thursday, June 7th, a hotfix was introduced into CoD: WWII which addressed small issues in multiplayer such as the Community Challenge tracker and smoke VFX after grenades, along with Nazi Zombies subtitles.
The full patch notes can be viewed below.
We pushed out a few hot fixes for the following issues: