Call of Duty: WWII Headquarters Test in Progress, Gamebattles Testing Continues

While Call of Duty: WWII servers might be a bit more stable now, there’s still a few issues that have yet to be resolved, and one of them is Headquarters mode being empty.

For those not familiar, Headquarters is Call of Duty: WWII’s new social mode where players can interact with other people online, goof around, commend, and more. Unfortunately. since launch, the HQ social space has been riddled with issues, with developer Sledgehammer Games even needing to turn it off temporarily.

Well, things might be changing soon. According to Sledgehammer Games, Headquarters is being tested around the world, and players might find themselves in fully populated HQs!

In case you can’t see the tweet, it reads:

STATUS UPDATE: Global Dedicated Server support remains active. Continuing Gamebattles testing with an update tonight. HQ tests in progress around the world, and you may find yourself in a fully populated HQ. If not, you can still invite friends into your HQ. More intel to come.

Let’s hope that if Headquarters is fully  implemented that it won’t cause any issues when it comes to loading lobbies, and other stuff. I mean, it’s nice to have, but I’d wager, players would rather be playing than waiting or socializing, right?

Have you noticed any changes or improvements in Headquarters? If so, let us know in the comments what they are.

Don’t forget to check out our feature where we compare HQ vs. Destiny 2′ s Farm! We pit the two against one another and declare a winner, even. We also posted the top things we want fixed in COD: WWII multiplayer ASAP right here.