Good news, Call of Duty: WWII fans! One of the community’s most requested changes will be implemented by Sledgehammer Games. In case the headline wasn’t a dead giveaway, it’s the health regen that will be tweaked.
Over on Reddit, Sledgehammer Games boss Michael Condrey shared that the studio agrees that a health regen buff is needed in COD: WWII based on their data.
We’re digging in with the MP systems design team on this today.
At launch, we were really trying to make players feel like ordinary and vulnerable soldiers fighting in the brutal conditions of WWII in the 40s.
We have seen interesting match data and fan feedback alignment on the regen time needing to be tuned faster. How much faster is still being discussed. Exactly when we’ll align and be confident in releasing any changes is also TBD.
We’ve heard you though. And we don’t disagree that a change may be warranted. Will keep you posted via our SHG channels as we get closer to a formal decision.
Best, – Condrey
Unfortunately, the studio hasn’t decided yet how fast the the health regen should kick in just yet, nor is there a specific time frame on when this tweak will be rolled out. Hopefully, it’ll be part of the game update planned for later this month.
In other Call of Duty: WWII news, don’t forget, a new weapon tuning update should be available tomorrow.