Dedicated servers return to Call of Duty: WW2

Doris Richards
November 15, 2017

Call of Duty: WW2 dedicated servers were taken down shortly after the game's launch due to some server issues, however, Sledgehammer Games has now revealed that the dedicated servers of the game are now back online on all platforms.

Whilst all very positive, Michael Condrey, SH co-founder, dropped a bombshell on November 12th that double XP had accidentally been activated since the start of the game and that on Tuesday November 14th, everything would be reset to how it was supposed to be.

Activision has stated that they delayed the launch of these microtransactions in order to fix the launch issues first. Until Monday this week, nobody playing Call of Duty: WW2 knew what 1XP looked like.

Not only have players been finding it hard to connect to games and stick in them but they have also had problems finding compatible lobbies on Nazi Zombies. As a digital edition owner, your bonus of 1,100 CP will be awarded at that time.

"We're seeing millions of fans play every day", said the studio in its statement. Earlier this week, Sledgehammer addressed the PC player base to promise fixes and last night, they made good on that by reinstating dedicated servers. We recognize that and we hear you. More specifically, there has been issues with servers and connection issues. Call of Duty: WW2 still defaults to this mode being solo, but you can invite friends in.

With the new patch in place, PC players can now report other players who are suspected of cheating.

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