“Call of Duty: WWII” Developers Race To Fix Bugs

Activision and Sledgehammer Games have issued a posting on the official community page of the latter’s company confirming they are working on fixing the bugs with the recently released “Call of Duty: WWII”.

The title has been hit by several issues, most notably errors and rampant server issues which have made the multiplayer and certain modes effectively unplayable for some. A patch issued on Friday fixed some errors, but ended up adversely impacting the company’s dedicated server performance.

Sledgehammer says in the post that dedicated servers are coming back and that the servers have been tested in the United States. Once the network engineers get done analyzing the results, expect the dedicated server expansion to roll out soon.

The PC version has some specific issues that need to be addressed separate from the console version. According to Sledgehammer the PC version is going to receive a special type of patch to address those issues but it will take longer to develop that for those users.