Call of Duty WWII may be doing well on the sales front but it's certainly not been without its issues on the online side. And today Sledgehammer Games has set out their plans for fixing the problems that have plagued the game since its launch.

In a post on the game's official Reddit, the developer has stated that some of the fixes they've been implementing include turning on and expanding dedicated servers for both PS4 and Xbox One across Europe and the US to cope with the demand, as well as deploying a patch on PC to address issues on that platform.

A patch deployed earlier in the week to 'address disconnects, stats loss and lobby freezes'  appears to have worked wonders for those particular issues, as well as a specific issue that was accidentally granting 2XP since launch – resulting in some players inadvertently being granted 3XP during this past weekend's Double XP event.

Perhaps most notably is the mention that, in an effort to address these issues, the launch of COD Points – used to buy supply drops AKA lootboxes in the game – have been delayed from their original planned date to November 21 'to focus on our top priority items'.

Sledgehammer promise to continue to monitor the situation and hope to resolve any further issues as and when they arise. Call of Duty: WWII is out now for Xbox, PlayStation 4 and PC.


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