Update: It seems Call of Duty WW2 update 1.25 didn’t bring anything new at all, and is just for CCPA (California Consumer Privacy Act) Compliance. This was confirmed by Sledgehammer Games today.
Nothing user facing. In fact, it's an update to be in compliance with state law. Boring, right?
— Sledgehammer Games (@SHGames) January 7, 2020
Well, here’s something new, it seems Sledgehammer Games has pushed out a Call of Duty: WWII (stylized as Call of Duty WW2) today. Players will see this as Call of Duty WW2 update 1.25, and it clocks in at 2GB on PS4, and 4.8GB on PC.
Unfortunately, Sledgehammer Games has not released any patch notes for COD WW2 update 1.25 just yet, and based on player testimonies so far, it seems to be bug fixes mostly. We’re keeping an eye out for the changes and once we know more, we’ll update the post.
In case you haven’t seen it yet, check out our Call of Duty mltiplayer released this decade ranking piece, where Call of Duty WW2 ranked quite high. And if you haven’t played the game in some time, Sledgehammer unlocked all DLC weapons from the game mid last year!
If you notice any big changes, let us know and we’ll update the post with the info.
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