Sledgehammer Release Call of Duty WWII Update 1.11 - Full Patch Notes
A new update (1.11) for Call of Duty: WWII has been released by Sledgehammer on Tuesday, March 13th.
Since its original launch in November of 2017, Call of Duty: WWII has undergone a series of patches and updates to fix a collection of bugs and issues noticed by players throughout its lifespan.
In order to remain transparent with the community, Sledgehammer Games, the developers of the fan-favorite title, have kept in constant contact via avenues such as Twitter, Reddit, and their community blog to keep players ‘in-the-know’ with future adjustments to the title.
The patch on Tuesday March 13th has initially gone live on PS4 and is 3.52 GB in size, however, it will be going live for those on Xbox One and PC soon after.
At the time of writing the full patch notes have yet to be released however a post on Monday March 12th revealed that there would be a new St Patrick's day event alongside a whole host of changes such as more weapons and premium content. You can review Sledgehammer's upcoming plans by clicking here.
Call of Duty WWII Update 1.11 - Patch Notes
Updates to loot system
Operation: Shamrock & Awe Community Event in MP and Zombies
New content (weapons, camos, uniforms, charms, reticles, etc)
Shipment 1944 (available Season Pass holders today, and for free for non-Season Pass holders starting March 16th)