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Call of Duty WW2 Winter Siege detailed, new game update inbound

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Call of Duty WW2 Winter Siege, the game’s first community event, will kick off on December 8, developer Sledgehammer Games has announced. 

The event will see the popular Carentan map given a snowy makeover, and will now take place during the harsh winter of 1944.

Winter Carentan will be available free to all Call of Duty WW2 players for a limited time during the Winter Siege event, and will be available for all MP game modes.

Sledgehammer will also have rewards for players throughout the event, with more info due to be shared at a later date. 

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However, as of yesterday, Call of Duty WW2 players can take advantage of a Double XP initiative, which runs until Monday, November 27 at 10.00am PST. 

The development team has been working incredibly hard since launch to continue improving the online experience, and making in-game tuning adjustments based on the enormous amount of match data we’ve collected,” said Sledgehammer. 

We worked to redeploy our dedicated servers globally on all platforms last week, with stability and speed of connection (ping) being our top priorities. We were able to address a number of important things noted in previous blog posts, and we remain 100% committed to providing the best possible online game experience for the entire community.”

Elsewhere, the developer also confirmed that Ranked Play Season One will kick off for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One users on December 1. This sees you battling through tiers to earn rewards based on your Season One ranking. 

The studio is also busy working on getting Headquarters up and running as a bustling social space, and is continuing to test the feature across various reasons to achieve this goal. 

Finally, Sledgehammer has promised a new Call of Duty WW2 update next week, which will implement a number of key fixes and improvements to the UI. 

We are currently play testing a reduced flinch over all weapon primaries, and will look to update once we verify the balance across all weapons remains. Stay tuned for more exciting news on changes coming, including new game modes launching during our Winter Siege event,” said the developer.

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