Sledgehammer outlines plan to combat Call of Duty

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Finally, and least important on Sledgehammer Games' priority list is Headquarters, which has only available to one person at a time (besides party invites) ever since the game launched two weeks ago.

Call of Duty: WWII might well have been Advanced Warfare 2, had Activision not asked Sledgehammer Games to turn back to the series's historical roots. "It's been a whirlwind since launch".

For the time being, fixing Headquarters is low priority for Sledgehammer, and while it will get to fixing the social space, it is now focusing on "the most pressing concerns first". Thankfully, Sledgehammer Games is pushing out a few updates which include temporarily disabling dedicated servers. As a result, the developers migrated online play to peer-to-peer (P2P) servers in an effort to provide a more stable experience. This has helped improve things, but a P2P setup means players may experience host migration and other annoying little things.

"Our highest priority is to deliver the best online experience possible". However, we also know we've had issues, there's frustration. There's a laundry list of things that are happening to players, like getting disconnected from parties, lobbies, post-match disconnects and freezes of the game that require a complete restart.

"We also want to reinforce our commitment to PC fans".

PC players waiting for their first patch need to take a knee, as Sledgehammer won't be rolling that out until the problems plaguing the other patched console versions have been fixed. Sledgehammer Games apologized for the issues in a blog post on Sunday, and stated the team was "working around the clock" on fixes. For this reason, we'll wait a bit longer before deploying the patch to the PC in order to ensure everything is the way it needs to be first. "We're not there yet, and we won't rest until we are", the studio said.

KitGuru Says: It's still early days for Call of Duty: WWII but these issues should have been discovered before its release.

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