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Activision Support posts list of known issues they’re investigating in Call of Duty: WWII

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Activision Support has published a list of known issues that they are currently investigating in Call of Duty: WWII. The latest update to this list was last night. We will update our post here as Activision Support updates.

Here’s the current list:

Issue Description Status
I keep getting a “Disconnected from server” message.
– All platforms
We’re currently investigating an issue where players are receiving a “Disconnected from server” message during matches or in the After Action Report. Under investigation
I can’t pick up a new Order/Contract.
– All platforms
Some players have reported that they’ve been unable to pick up new Orders or Contracts. Under investigation
I can’t redeem an Order/Contract.
– All platforms
After completing an Order or Contract, some players are unable to redeem it to receive their rewards. Under investigation
I can’t accept an invitation.
– All platforms
Some players are unable to join another player through an invite and receive a message stating “You must select a division…” Under investigation
My classes completely reset.
– All platforms
We’re investigating an issue where classes are resetting after players equip a weapon variant. Under investigation
I’m getting stuck at the end of matches.
– All platforms
After Multiplayer matches, some players are getting stuck on the scoreboard or the After Action Report, and the buttons lose functionality until the next match begins. Under investigation
I haven’t received my digital pre-order content.
– All platforms
Some players have not received bonus content items for pre-ordering a Digital Standard or Digital Deluxe edition of the game. Under investigation
I’ve lost ranks and stats.
– All platforms
We’re aware that some of you have lost ranks in Multiplayer. If you’ve lost ranks, choose your platform below to contact us.

Under investigation
I redeemed a code but haven’t received the content in game.
– Xbox One
Xbox One players who did not receive digital pre-order bonus content after redeeming a code can now pick up these items from the Mail vendor in Headquarters. ISSUE RESVOLVED
I have a bonus content item stuck in the Mail vendor.
– All platforms
We’re investigating instances where content items collected from the Mail vendor appear to be stuck in your Mail slots. This is a graphical error; the content has been delivered. Check the Soldier tab to find your content. Under investigation
I’m experiencing long load times when going to Headquarters.
– All platforms
Headquarters load times are currently under investigation.

PC players have the option of loading the game without entering Headquarters. To do this, follow the steps in the Call of Duty: WWII PC Troubleshooting Guide.

Under investigation
I opened a Supply Drop and got an “Unable to get inventory” error.
– All platforms
This error is due to a connectivity issue. However, the items in your Supply Drop were not lost and should appear in your inventory within 8 hours. Under investigation
I opened a Supply Drop and nothing happened.
– All platforms
We’re investigating an issue where nothing appears when opening a Supply Drop. You still received your Supply Drop items and can find them in the Soldier tab. Under investigation
I redeemed a code for the Multiplayer Upgrade but never received the Prestige Unlock Token.
– All platforms
We’re currently investigating an issue where some players did not receive the Prestige Unlock Token included in the Multiplayer Upgrade.

SOURCE: Activision Support

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Dr Disrespect explains how Battlefield 2042 could reignite CoD rivalry

After loving Battlefield 2042’s reveal trailer, Dr Disrespect explained how this year’s title could reignite the franchise’s rivalry with CoD.

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Dr Disrespect has long been fed up with Warzone and the current state of gaming but believes Battlefield 2042 could bring back the rivalry with Call of Duty.

Herschel “Guy” Beahm IV, who streams under the alias “Dr Disrespect,” has been having a bad time with Warzone recently, saying that he’s “over” the game and might take a break from streaming if another game doesn’t come out soon. Lamenting the game’s audio, visibility, and the state of solos, Doc has said that Battlefield 2042 will be the competition Warzone needs.

In the mid-2010s, Call of Duty and Battlefield were the shooter franchises to buy, with both franchises putting out action-packed, cinematic trailers to rival the other game. After watching Battlefield 2042’s epic reveal trailer, streamer Dr Disrespect believes that the two franchises’ once-great rivalry could reignite.

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Throughout Battlefield 2042’s official reveal trailer Dr Disrespect looked impressed throughout and said afterward, “They’re bringing showtime.”

“I’ve gotta be honest, that was a fantastic trailer man. Action-packed. Kind of reminds me of the old days to a certain degree. Remember when Call of Duty was putting out these big trailers and then it was back and forth between Battlefield…I feel like we lost some of that competition the past couple of years, I don’t know why…but I’m liking this.”

Although Doc enjoyed the cinematic trailer, he was quite disappointed that no gameplay was shown. He explained how he’s especially excited for the gameplay reveal on June 13, and here’s how to watch it.

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Dr Disrespect has previously said he’s especially excited for a Battlefield battle royale, which he believes could emulate Warzone’s success and be the rival it needs.

While Battlefield 2042 won’t have a battle royale at launch, a recent report claims that 2021’s Call of Duty Vanguard will launch with a brand new WW2-themed map. The competition is set to be fierce at the end of the year, which can only improve both franchises.

If, like Doc, you’re excited to see what DICE has cooked up for Battlefield’s massive scale multiplayer, here’s how you can access the game’s Beta ahead of launch.

Image Credit: Dr Disrespect / DICE / Activision

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Former General Manager of Call of Duty joins EA to lead Battlefield franchise

With all the hype surrounding the new Battlefield, EA have employed an ex-Call of Duty executive to help boost the franchise.

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EA has appointed a new general manager for Battlefield 2021 as the hype continues to develop for the franchise’s future release.

There has been a lot of hype surrounding Battlefield’s future release, from supposed leaked images to the gameplay reveal teaser released recently.

It seems the community is longing for a new Battlefield game, with popular Warzone player Dr Disrespect even stating his excitement for it. A new Battlefield game would breathe life into the FPS genre, especially if it can compete with Call of Duty: Warzone.

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It does seem that EA is taking steps to do this. Not only have there been leaks suggesting that the new Battlefield will feature Warzone-like weapon loadout customization, but recent news has revealed that EA has even employed an ex-Call of Duty general manager.

EA announced today that Byron Beede, the former Call of Duty and Destiny general manager, has been appointed as the new SVP and GM of the Battlefield franchise, which perhaps “signals a strategic, long-term commitment to the growth of the franchise.”

Beede played a huge role in the development of both Call of Duty and Destiny, even playing an integral part in the growth of Warzone and Call of Duty Mobile, which are extremely popular.

It is also understood that Bryan Beede will also be directing the new Battlefield Mobile entity set for next year as well as a new Battlefield game. However, it does seem Bryan’s overall focus will be on developing the franchise for future growth.

Beede left Activision and Call of Duty in April 2021, when Activision announced that Johanna Faries would take over as General Manager of Call of Duty.

IGN has reported that: “Beede will report directly to Respawn founder Vince Zampella, who took over as head of DICE LA last year. DICE Stockholm GM, Oskar Gabrielson, and EA European studios GGM David Rutter will see no changes to their positions.”

With all of these developments in the background, Battlefield fans will surely be even more hyped for the release and even the reveal, which is coming on June 9.

We aren’t sure what to expect for the future of Battlefield, but we are definitely excited to see where it goes. For more on the future release, stay tuned via Charlie INTEL and check out our article on Battlefield’s leaked alpha date.

Image Credits: EA

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Activision provides an update on and future plans for combating toxicity in Call of Duty

The Call of Duty community has received an update from the franchise regarding its current and future efforts to combat toxicity.

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Activision has provided the Call of Duty community an update on its work to combat various forms of toxicity and its plans to make sure that the Call of Duty franchise provides a safe and fun gameplay experience for everyone.

Call of Duty is one of the biggest entertainment franchises globally and has grown to new heights recently with the release and support of Warzone, Modern Warfare, Black Ops Cold War, and Call of Duty: Mobile.

However, as with most online multiplayer games, some players, unfortunately, resort to engaging in toxic behavior that includes hate speech and harassment.

To combat this toxicity, Activision has been working to remove this kind of behavior from Call of Duty games and recently provided the community an update on the work it has been doing to accomplish it and what it plans to do going forward to be more effective in combating toxicity.

According to the update, over 350,000 accounts have been banned in the past 12 months for “racist names or toxic behavior based on player-submitted reports and an extensive review of our player-name database.”

The update also stated that new in-game filters had been implemented to catch potentially offensive user names, clan tags, or profiles. New technology to filter potentially offensive text chat and filters across 11 languages has also been implemented.

Activision also stated in the toxicity report that it would be working to improve in areas that will help “give players the tools needed to manage their own gameplay experience, combined with an enforcement approach that addresses hate speech, racism, sexism, and harassment..”

You can find these areas of improvement below:

  • More resources to support detection and enforcement
  • Additional monitoring and backend technology
  • Scrubbing databases to bring systems up to current standards
  • Consistent and fair review of enforcement policies
  • Increased communication with the community

There is no doubt that toxic behavior can ruin the enjoyable experience that video games like Call of Duty are intended to provide to players. Hopefully, these efforts by the franchise will work in reducing instances of toxicity to a non-existent level.

Image Credits: Activision

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