KitGuru Says: It's still early days for Call of Duty: WWII but these issues should have been discovered before its release.
This past weekend was double XP time for Call of Duty: WWII, but a number of players noticed, and complained, that they weren't actually getting double XP.
We're seeing a new Call of Duty, or rather a return to a more classic Call of Duty game and while things could change with updates, if you are hooked on this game, buy the Season Pass now.
Sledgehammer Games said a PC-specific title update is ready for release, but it wants to fix the constant connection issues, which also affect PC players, before it's available to the public. As a result, the developers migrated online play to peer-to-peer (P2P) servers in an effort to provide a more stable experience. "We'll watch this test closely, and once we analyze the results we'll look to expand".
Fidget spinners pulled from Target after concerns over high lead counts
Consumer Product Safety Commission ( CPSC ) requires all children's products to not exceed a total lead content level of 100 ppm. On Target's website , the "Fidget Wild Premium Spinner Bass" is recommended for ages 14 and over, as well as, 6 and over.
An update is planned for the console versions of the game that'll fix a problem where the gamer disconnects from the server.
Headquarters - As we focus on the return to dedicated servers as our highest priority, we will continue to utilize a solo-HQ experience. So hang in there while we address the most pressing concerns first. This issue also caused loss of data so players will surely be happy when this update rolls out. But we get it, headquarters is best enjoyed with a thriving, fully populated social community interacting together. 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. At 10 AM Pacific today the game will revert to 1XP, which means leveling will be much slower than it was since the game launched.
In celebration of Veteran's Day, Activision shared the first of a three-part video series featuring stories from several World War II veterans who graciously volunteered to share their memories with the publisher.
But perhaps even more impressive is that it has doubled the sales of Infinite Warfare for the same period.