Call Of Duty: WWII Servers Encounter Launch Day Issues – Activision Responds

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It has not been the smoothest launch day with Activision‘s Call of Duty: WWII servers still causing significant problems for players, making the game almost unplayable for some. Within the first few hours of the game’s debut, Activision received numerous reports from players of connectivity issues everywhere. What started out as a concern affecting only WWII was later revealed by developer support that it involved several CoD titles as well. “Some players are currently experiencing connectivity problems across multiple Call of Duty titles,” stated Activision support. “We’re actively working to resolve ASAP.”

However, it’s likely to still be unresolved for many, or on a more positive note it has been completely fixed! In response to their official Twitter announcing connectivity “across Call of Duty titles” having been restored, players are posting picture of error codes and “restart required”. Responses have slowed down since then, perhaps showing that the bigger knots in the WWII servers have been primarily resolved.

Unfortunately, a slew of negative feedback have been generously supplied to the support team at Activision despite recent resolution. WWII was highly anticipated as going “back to its roots” of the franchise as it was popularly known, but day-one problems don’t leave a very good impression. Despite that, hopefully the content will make up for it.

What about you, fellow gamers? Did you or still are encountering any issues with the Call of Duty: WWII servers? Do you think this is okay for a triple-A title? Feel free to let us know in the comments section below or start a conversation on Don’t Feed the Gamers Facebook page. To stay up to date on gaming news as they happen, follow us on Twitter! Here are some of our latest:

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