Call of Duty: WWII has received a brand new update today ahead of the upcoming Resistance Event. While Sledgehammer Games hasn’t released the full set of patch notes for it, the update is now available to download on the PS4 and should go live on the Xbox One and PC.
Sledgehammer Games’ CEO Michael Condrey talked about this update on the Call of Duty: WWII reddit confirming that it will be a major patch that will be released today.
The patch download size is around 3.15 GB while the following changes were confirmed for this update.
Just reviewed the patch notes with our social media specialist. In addition to all of the event content, there are lots of good fixes included. The update will start rolling out on PS4 at 9am PST, barring anything unforeseen. Be sure to follow the SHG channels for full details.
Here are a couple notable ones that may bring a few smiles: * Fixed issue where volume of some announcer VO lines in War Mode were louder than intended * Turned down foley footstep volume, as well as other players’ footstep volume. (I hope we didn’t nerf them too much, tbh)
Also, if you have any doubt that the MP team is listening, I’m proud to share the system designers jammed hard to get this change implemented and tested for today’s update, ahead of my expectation to be honest: * Friendly shellshock no longer impacts player movement. VFX and screen shake still present, but player movement and look speed reductions have been eliminated.
We’ve been working on this update since December. Hundreds of developers working for weeks to add, improve, refine, and fix. We hope it goes flawlessly. I suspect you’ll help us identify new things to address. Please keep the feedback coming, please keep the feedback constructive.
Call of Duty: WWII is available now for the PS4, Xbox One and PC. The game was developed by Sledgehammer Games and published by Activision. It is on its way to become the best selling Call of Duty this generation.