Call of Duty: WWII Gets Hotfix Addressing Annoying Bugs in Two Modes
Sledgehammer Games released a brand new hotfix for Call of Duty: WWII a few days ago and it addresses some very annoying bugs.
Sledgehammer Games has done a good job with updating Call of Duty: WWII on a regular basis in order to keep the game fresh, balanced, and most importantly, but bug-free. The developer is continuing this philosophy as a couple days ago they released a brand new hotfix for the game and it while it doesn’t do much, it fixes a few very annoying bugs.
In terms of multiplayer, the same update fixed two different bugs, one that was causing the green star that notifies players of a new item to not go away, while the other was causing a Weekly Order from not being properly tracked.
On the Nazi Zombies side of things, a bug was causing certain Zombies to get stuck in the Across the Depths portion of The Tortured Path map, which is now fixed. In addition to that, bugs that were causing players to lose their weapons, the Jack in the Box consumable not to work properly, and other UI problems have now been addressed.
Call of Duty: WWII is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC, and has been since November of last year. If you want to pick up the game on Amazon, you can do so by clicking here.
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