Sledgehammer Games has not been sitting idly by ever since it wrapped up the beta events earlier this month for Call of Duty WW2. The developer has in fact been going through “all of the data and a ton of great feedback” from the community as promised.
Posting on its official blog earlier today, Sledgehammer Games announced that it used the additional time to produce further improvements as well as support for additional features on the PC version.
Anti-Cheating & Hacking
As previously posted, for the Beta, we did not publish our full suite of anti-cheat and anti-hack measures. We’ve strengthened these systems for launch and are now ready to deploy with the release of the game. Please also be aware that we will actively ban starting on Day 1. It’s of the utmost importance to us that everyone has a level playing field to enjoy the fun. If you spot anything that looks malicious or suspicious, please let us know.
Since the Beta, we’ve continued to improve settings to better match various video cards. In addition, we’ve implemented a warning detection if users appear to exceed their video memory. We’ve made great improvements to the video options in the last month, and are excited for players to see for themselves at launch.
We’ve increased the FOV slider range further for most aspect ratios. We maintain the following FOV limits based on aspect ratios so that ultra-wide or multi-monitor users do not get an unfair advantage.
In addition to multi-monitor support, we will also have HDR support ready for Day 1. We’re also creating Steam Trading Cards to collect as you play.
The aforementioned improvements and features are in addition to those that were previously announced. The list includes native support for 4K resolution and a high frame-rate cap of up to 250. In addition, there is quite a deep support for different monitor setups such as ultra-wide, FreeSync, and GSync.
Call of Duty WW2 is scheduled to officially launch on November 3 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.