Call of Duty: WW2 Dev "Working Around The Clock" To Address Issues

13 November, 2017, 20:08 | Author: Valerie Burke
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Server issues have however marred its social features-and developer Sledgehammer Games has now addressed how it plans to fix them, and when we might expect the forthcoming PC patch. As a result, the developers migrated online play to peer-to-peer (P2P) servers in an effort to provide a more stable experience.

Dedicated servers will be tested in the United States today.

Part of those efforts include moving back to dedicated servers, a system that was temporarily dropped when a recent update caused problems for online connections.

Sledgehammer Games says that their first priority is returning to dedicated servers.

"This weekend we rolled out various test solutions in limited markets in order to fully analyze real-world conditions without risking disruption".

Beyond dedicated servers, recurring issues with staying connected to games and the faulty headquarters mode were also detailed. This level of data and diagnostics is helping us work toward a permanent solution as quickly as possible. This affected server performance across the board and Sledgehammer is well aware of the problem. The space, dubbed the Headquarters, is meant to hold up to 48 players, allowing them to customise load-outs and hang out with one another. You can still do everything in Headquarters with a group that you're playing in and they advise you to use that method if you want to play competitive things like 1v1 matches and shooting range challenges. We're seeing millions of fans play every day.

For the time being, fixing Headquarters is low priority for Sledgehammer, and while it will get to fixing the social space, it is now focusing on "the most pressing concerns first". Sledgehammer Games explains, "HQ is best enjoyed with a thriving, fully populated social community interacting together".

"As we focus on the return to dedicated servers as our highest priority, we will continue to utilize a solo-HQ experience".

PC players waiting for their first patch need to take a knee, as Sledgehammer won't be rolling that out until the problems plaguing the other patched console versions have been fixed.



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