Call of Duty: WWII Private Beta Introduces Kill Confirmed Game Mode – Level Cap Raised
It’s only been over one week since the initial private beta for Call of Duty: WWII went live for PlayStation 4 players and has already seen a large number of changes. The second week of the Beta saw the increase of the level cap to 30 and various other small changes to the multiplayer. The Beta is set to end today, however the testing period did see yet another raised level cap and the addition of the fan favorite “Kill Confirmed” game mode.
One of the biggest changes to the private beta week two has been the level cap increase. The players will be able to rank up to level 35, which is five more levels than at the start, giving players a chance to access new weapons, basic training, equipment, killstreaks, and more. These include weapons such and the M1928, commonly known as the Thompson Machine Gun, as well as the Flamethrower Killstreak.
The inclusion of Kill Confirmed is another welcome addition to the game for many fans who were fond of similar mode in previous Call of Duty titles. Previous game modes introduced into the beta such as Team Deathmatch, Domination, Hardpoint, and the all new War game mode were all fairly straight forward and basic in structure. Kill Confirmed should add a little bit of spice to not only the last day of the private beta, but the game itself with its interesting concept of racking up points by collecting dog tags of the fallen enemies and allies.
Sledgehammer will address various other issues players are having with the beta when the game releases on November 3rd. Let us know your thoughts on the level cap increase, Kill Confirmed game mode, and more in the comments section below. As always, don’t forget to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter for 24/7 coverage of all things gaming and entertainment.
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