Call of Duty: WWII’s Solo HQ Is Part of Maintenance, Sledgehammer Working to Resolve Issues

If you’ve been playing Call of Duty: WWII this weekend and find yourself alone in the Headquarters then don’t worry as it’s not just you. Solo HQ is an intentional part of maintenance that’s in progress over at Sledgehammer Games and Activision.

The developer has said that it’s currently working to resolve some of the issues that players have been reporting over the weekend. However, you can still invite your friends to your HQ. Additionally, Activision’s support team has reassured fans that “all hands are working around the clock” to resolve server-side problems.

On a positive note, the studio announced that it has already identified and fixed the issue of ranks being reset. As for leaderboards, Sledgehammer Games’ Michael Condrey has said that while they aren’t currently being updated in-game, all player stats are being captured and should be reflected properly once the server issues are resolved. Leaderboards are expected to be back within the day.

For more information and updates, make sure to follow Activision and Sledgehammer Games on Twitter.

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