Call of Duty: WW2 update 1.09 has been deployed by developer Sledgehammer Games overnight, delivering a wince-worthy headshot to a number of lingering issues for the PS4, PC, and Xbox One shooter.

This latest patch comes ahead of the game's Resistance Community event, and in addition to the bevy of bug fixes also speeds up health regeneration and puts the Winter Carentan map into rotation. In addition, shell shock from friendly explosions has  been given the boot, much to our relief. 

In terms of overall game improvements, Sledgehammer has aimed its can of bug spray at various niggles spanning in-game maps, the Zombie Nazis mode, multiplayer, and User Interface. There's way too many to list here, so be sure to have a butcher's at the official patch notes for the full scoop.

Call of Duty: WWII will receive its first major DLC release on January 30 in the shape of The Resistance. The expansion arrives on PS4 first due to Sony and Activision's timed-exclusivity deal, and will roll out for PC and Xbox One shortly after. Call of Duty: WWII was last week named the best-selling video game of 2017 by the NPD Group.

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