Sledgehammer Games has released a preview of the patch notes for a Call of Duty: WWII update that will go live on December 7th.
A new update for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One players will go live on December 7th with numerous bug fixes.
The game developer has also released a sneak peek of what players can expect to see patched, stating “here is a preview of some of the fixes we are working to implement in our next update”.
These include fixes for prestige exploits and an added “Mute All” option in HQ that fans have been asking for.
Ranked play will also be seeing some fixes, including connectivity and UI issues that were causing wins and losses to not be tracked properly.
The preview patch notes are as follows:
Call of Duty: WWII Preview Patch Notes for December 7th
- Fixed Scorestreak Training exploits
- Fixed Prestige exploits
- Added Mute All in option in HQ
- (+ much more…)
RANKED PLAY FIXES:
- Ranked Play UI issues with tracking wins and losses
- General connectivity issues finding Ranked Play matches
- Ranked Play counting towards global stats
- (+ more…)
- Issue where players lost all XP upon leaving match
- Issue where players were unable to open supply drops after Prestiging
- (+ more…)
The announcement from Sledgehammer also states that a PC update will be coming on December 8th which will activate PC Ranked Play:
We’re finalizing an update that will go live for the Call of Duty: WWII PC version on Friday, December 8 at 10AM PST. This update addresses some of the top observed community feedback on Steam and Reddit, and will activate PC Ranked Play – Season 1: The Placement Season. In addition, we’re activating the enhanced Emblem Editor feature and adding various fixes to improve Discord support. Be on the lookout for this update on Friday via our Steam forum with a full list of Game Updates.