Just yesterday, we reported that Activision and Sledgehammer Games made a patch necessary for gamers to be able to play Call of Duty: WWII’s single-player or Zombies mode. This is undoubtedly to combat early release copies being sold, and people posting spoilers, which has been an issue for the franchise the past few years.
Well, it seems today, we can expect the floodgates to open as multiple users have reported that a 9GB update on the PlayStation 4 version of COD: WWII just went live, and it allows players to try the single-player campaign and Zombies mode.
Multiple people on Reddit have corroborated the COD: WWII 9GB update, which brings the game from v1.01, to v1.02. Further proof of this can be seen by the start up screen for Nazi Zombies that’s shown below.
Expect more Call of Duty: WWII leaks and screens to make its way out before the game’s November 3 release date. MP1st will post weapons and other info, but we will refrain from posting anything spoiler-ish when it comes to the campaign.