Dedicated servers return to Call of Duty: WW2

Dedicated servers return to Call of Duty: WW2

Call of Duty WWII may be doing well on the sales front but it's certainly not been without its issues on the online side.

The technical issues have gotten so severe that the development team chose to delay the launch of the "Call of Duty Points" currency until November 21.

They also transitioned to P2P after launch to keep things stable.

STATUS UPDATE: Global Dedicated Servers are now live on all platforms. "The Emblem Editor is planned to be released in December, but stay tuned for more details on what PC specific features we are adding". Also, please include @ATVIassist.

Other complaints included inconsistent hit detection and progression loss. Still, with a number of problems "Call of Duty: WWII" now has, their game sales has not been affected.

There have been several technical issues since the launch, ranging from online connectivity issues, faulty Headquarters social space, and dedicated servers. You can invite friends over, but it still makes it a bit harder to watch people open those (cosmetics containing) lootboxes. To be honest, I'm not sure if a release date for the PC version had ever been announced (it was available for consoles at launch) but there was obviously an expectation somewhere, because Activision said in yesterday's update patch notes that it's been delayed.

"Cheaters and hackers create a plethora of issues in-game and ruin the overall experience for everyone", says Sledgehammer in a post. "Please utilize the in-game reporting feature for suspected cheating".

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