While Sledgehammer Games let us play around some of the classes, loadouts, and weapons in the Call of Duty: WWII beta, we didn’t really have a firm view of how visual customization will work for the game. Sure, Sledgehammer has said publicly that we shouldn’t expect any “pink camos” for weapons, but other than that, we’re left in the dark…until today.
Over on Reddit, another COD: WWII leak has surfaced with the info gathered once again from the PC beta files. This time, it’s not about the Zombies mode, Basic Training list, or maps, but rather, a new kind of gun mod called “sweetheart grips.” Those not familiar with the term, soldiers back then used photos of their loved ones (significant other usually, hence “sweetheart”) under the clear grip covers of their weapons. Thanks to user Imreally2good4u, 42 sweetheart grips can be seen in the gallery below! Same as with the usual leaks, given these were obtained from the beta files, some of them might be inaccurate, removed or just placeholders for the final version.