The changes, they are a-comin’.
The Call of Duty: WWII beta has been going on for the last few days, but players have been experiencing plenty of issues, unfortunately. Developer Sledgehammer Games has come forward to address some of the issues and feedback from players since the beta began, and has now put up an update in an effort to quell some of the complaints and rework things players have been clamoring for.
Players will now be able to play up to the level cap of 25, where the Fighter Pilot score streak is unlocked as well as the Bouncing Betty and various other items, but one serious fix that is being investigated is a solution for a bug when you get kicked out of the game to the main menu at random times, or when you receive an invite to a game. The update refers to this as an “update loop” that forces players to restart their game to fix the issue.
There’s a whole host of changes coming to the beta, and as it ends today it’ll be springing up again this weekend for both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. We’ll likely see these changes implemented when the new beta round is live. For now, you can check out the full list of feedback responses here.