Call of Duty: WW2 dedicated servers were taken down shortly after the game’s launch due to some server issues, however, Sledgehammer Games has now revealed that the dedicated servers of the game are now back online on all platforms.
Sledgehammer Games announced it through its official Twitter account, confirming that Call of Duty: WW2 dedicated servers are back online which comes as a relief since peer-to-peer connections have problems of its own like host migration and more.
With the dedicated servers back online we can expect the microtransaction probably included earlier than November 21 since these were delayed to that Sledgehammer could focus on fixing online issues. Originally microtransactions were to be included on November 14.
Call of Duty is one of the biggest franchises for Activision and the company is working to bring the series to the silver screen with Call of Duty movies. However, Activision has assured that the movies will not be forced saying that if the script is not right, there won’t be a Call of Duty movie.
According to Activision, the franchise already has a mature rating and the movies will help the franchise to reach a broader audience but only if, the story is done right.
“As an M-rated game, it’s a core audience and we do think there’s an opportunity to reach a little more broadly than that; if the storytelling is done well, that’s the key”.
Also, according to Activision, Sledgehammer Games originally planned to develop a sequel to Advanced Warfare but the company convinced them to go for Call of Duty: WW2. The company noted that at that point fans were already calling for the franchise to return to its roots.
Call of Duty: WW2 is a first-person action shooter developed by Sledgehammer Games for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.