At launch, Call of Duty: WWII‘s Headquarters was a bustling social space, where players could enjoy events like competitive target shooting and one-on-one gunfights in the Pits. However, following severely critical server issues, developer Sledgehammer Games pulled the plug on multiplayer Headquarters lobbies, causing the social space to become empty and lonely.
Well, it looks like players will be lonely no more! CharlieINTEL is reporting that Headquarters “is starting to come back online for more players” with themselves saying that they “just got in a full 48 players HQ!”
Looks like Headquarters is starting to come back online for more players…we just got in a full 48 players HQ! https://t.co/NEETVWRhvE pic.twitter.com/5VAaAEokmm
— charlieINTEL.com (@charlieINTEL) November 20, 2017
Reports of online Headquarters are popping up all over the world, so it isn’t just a US phenomenon.
Boot up Call of Duty: WWII and see if you find friends in the Headquarters! Let us know your experience in the comments below.
In other news, it seems that Call of Duty: WWII Supply Drops will soon contain weapons, Rainbow Six Siege White Noise Operators have been revealed, and Borderlands developer Gearbox was sent a vicious death threat.