Call of Duty WWII Update 1.25 Released, Various Bug Fixes

Call of Duty WWII has received Update 1.25. You can now download this update on PlayStation 4 and other platforms. You will find that Update 1.25 is quite a small update. The only confirmed patch notes are various bug fixes, but no further details have been released. We will make sure to update this update article if they release any new information.

This is a first-person shooting video game developed by Sledgehammer Games and produced and distributed by Activision. This is the first installment of Call of Duty, which is set in World War II, after a great streak of futuristic titles. With Call of Duty WWII, Activision returned the saga to its origins that were so successful. Below you will find the complete list of Call of Duty WWII Update 1.25 patch notes.

  • Various bugs have been fixed.

Set in World War II this title takes us to the conflicts lived in the great war and its bloody and brutal battles, all seen through the eyes of a few simple infantrymen, in a campaign that has action in abundance, tension and spectacular scenes. The game shows the true and historical horrors and atrocities that took place in the worst war of the humanity.

The game covers events such as the well-known landing of Normandy, the occupation of France and Belgium by the Nazi army and the events experienced from the crossing of the Rhine River to Germany.

So far, interesting improvements have been included in the game such as the possibility of getting loot in games, a greater importance of the characters and their skills or classes and the inclusion of game modes based on larger scenarios and with progression of objectives similar to those seen in Battlefield, thus contributing a variety of stages to battles and combat zones.

I remind you that Sledgehammer Games and Activision’s Call of Duty WWII released on November 3, 2017 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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