Sledgehammer Highlights the Issues Addressed in Call of Duty: WWII Following Beta Feedback
Call of Duty: WWII‘s second private multiplayer beta ends tomorrow (10 AM PT), and for those partaking, Sledgehammer has increased its level cap to 35 alongside adding the Kill Confirmed mode. Players have another day to try out the new weapons and equipment including the M1928 and the Flamethrower Scorestreak.
Following feedback from the first beta test, Sledgehammer says it has implemented several changes, which are highlighted below:
TDM match limit is now at 100. Kills on Domination are also now 100 points. We also reduced Molotov’s to one per score streak, and raised the difficulty of the paratroopers. We’re monitoring game data and community feedback on these, to help inform our decision for the final game. In addition, we’ve adjusted the ADS out of sprint and those changes will roll into the MP Beta on Saturday.
We also heard you on several other issues. We’ve addressed Hitmarker feedback for November, and we’re considering flinch adjustments as well. We think you’ll also appreciate that, in response to your feedback, we plan to add the following controller layouts for ship:
- Bumper Jumper
- Bumper Jumper Tactical
- Stick and Move
- One-Hand Gunslinger
- N0M4D L3F7Y
Sledgehammer will continue to update its dedicated Reddit thread with more info so make sure to follow along.
Call of Duty: WWII will release worldwide on November 3 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.