Call of Duty: WWII’s multiplayer beta, wrapped on Sept 4th and we have some info for what’s ahead for COD fans, who are already decided on purchasing the next title of the franchise or might still be on the fence.
Unsurprisingly a new mode has been added, to entice people with a much needed burst of freshness to a series that has been on the go since 2003. We can’t even remember that far back. This mode is called Kill Confirmed and will see players being tasked with collecting dog-tags off the corpses of their downed enemies, after a successful kill.
We also learned that the level cap has been raised to 35, previously it hit 30. This will allow fans the ability to unlock more weapons and perks. One of the points of the beta, is to allow fans to give feedback, which hopefully the developers Sledgehammer Games and Raven Software will take on board. But so far it is looking positive on that front, given that they’ve already made feedback based changes to modes like Team Deathmatch, where it will end at 100 points instead of 75 and this has been applied to Domination’s match limit as well.
“We’re monitoring game data and community feedback on these, to help inform our decision for the final game.” a spokesperson at Activision said.
For controller-heads, the following layouts will be available upon the release of the game:
- N0M4D L3F7Y
- Stick and Move
- and more!
Call of Duty: WWII will be available on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, with an expected release date set for the beginning of November.