Call of Duty: WWII Bad Spawn Rate Is “Franchise Setting Low” According to Sledgehammer Games

With Sledgehammer Games announcing that their Call of Duty: WWII data shows players are having “more fun” with COD: WWII’s 50 points per kill in Domination, it seems they have more data to share, and this one involves spawns in team deathmatch (TDM).

According to Sledgehammer Games boss Michael Condrey, the bad spawn rate in COD: WWII is at a “franchise-setting low.”

In case the tweet didn’t load, Condrey states:

Actually, based on many billions of spawn data points, we know our bad spawn rate is franchise setting low in this game. Less than 3 per 1000 spawns.

While I’ve mostly played Domination in COD: WWII, whenever I played TDM, I did notice some iffy spawn situations where I either got shot immediately from behind, or I spawned directly at an enemy’s back netting a super easy (but unfair) kill.

Do you agree with Condrey that the bad spawn rates in COD: WWII are at a franchise low? Let us know what you think of it in the comments.

For more on COD: WWII, make sure to check out the list of confirmed weapons coming in Supply Drops right here (with images!), and read up on our list of multiplayer fixes we want to see done ASAP.