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.
The full patch notes can be viewed below.
We pushed out a few hot fixes for the following issues:
- Fixed UI issue with Attack of the Undead Event Community Challenge tracker where the Nazi Zombies Weapon Camo image was showing instead of the Multiplayer Tesla Gun image
- Scaled back the smoke VFX after grenade explosions, since they were interfering too much with gameplay
- Fixed issue where some characters’ dialogue subtitles were not appearing properly