After two years since its initial release, Sledgehammer Games has released a new Call of Duty WW2 Update. Here are the preliminary patch notes for COD WWII Update 1.25.
SHG has continued to make changes to the title all throughout its cycle. Back in June, the development team brought a host of new weapons to the game. Now, they appear to be introducing another set of changes.
Call of Duty WW2 Update 1.25 is now available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Its file size varies depending on your platform and region, but it’s roughly around 2GB on PS4, whereas on Steam it’s 4.8GB. It’s unclear as to why the file size is larger on PC, perhaps there are more changes for that specific platform.
COD WW2 Patch Notes for Update 1.25
Sledgehammer is yet to reveal any of the changes as part of this patch. It doesn’t appear to have introduced anything too substantial. It seems as if this update merely consists of bug fixes and stability improvements, but at least those will be useful to players.
There’s likely going to be a plethora of security and bug fixes to justify its hefty file size of nearly 4.8GB on PC. Given that the game released over two years ago, it would seem strange to see any new maps or modes launch as part of this patch – but stranger things have happened.
We have compiled a list of everything we suspect so far below. SHG will most likely release the official patch notes soon, but here’s most of what fans have spotted. Again, these changes have not been officially confirmed as of yet.
- Double XP has now ended.
- Austen contract is now live.
- Possibly some nerfs and buffs to weapons.
UPDATE – Jan. 7 at 8PM GMT:
Although it might come as a surprise, Call of Duty WW2 Update 1.25 didn’t introduce any new changes to the game. In fact, it was just a patch to “be in compliance with state laws.” SHG confirmed this over on Twitter.
Nothing user facing. In fact, it's an update to be in compliance with state law. Boring, right?— Sledgehammer Games (@SHGames) January 7, 2020