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New weapons are now live in Call of Duty: WWII, Collections permanently unlocked

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Sledgehammer Games has announced on Reddit that their final set of the new weapons in Call of Duty: WWII is now live on all platforms.

SHG said that planned to release the new weapons later this year, but decided to bring them all out now for fans to checkout and play.

In addition, the studio has announced that Collections in Call of Duty: WWII are now permanently unlocked and no longer have the temporary mark in the UI. Contracts for the new weapons will be made available starting August 27.

Here’s the full update from Sledgehammer Games:

Speaking of late, we’ve added the remainder of WWII weapons to the loot pool today. Our original plan was to break these releases into smaller parts between now and September, but that’s boring and we’d like to celebrate our biggest fans by dropping them all at once…today. Why wait, right? Now available in drops:

  • M36 [SNIPER]
  • Wimmersperg Spz [AR]
  • Austen [SMG]
  • M267 [SMG]
  • Chatelerault [LMG]
  • GDB-79 [AR]
  • Bechowiec [SMG]

We know we said that we’d be opening collections temporarily, but the more we thought about it, temporary sucks, permanent is way cooler – therefore, we’re opening collections for WWII permanently and removing that pesky “Limited Time” UI with the update today. It’s not lost on us how meaningful the relationship has become between our team and this wonderful community during the lifecycle of Call of Duty: WWII. Blammo, permanent.

Contracts! Here’s the list of contracts for the previous batch of weapons and the corresponding dates they’ll be available:

  • Erma EMP – 7/23
  • Blyskawica – 7/30
  • Fire Axe – 8/6
  • Baseball Bat – 8/13
  • Push Dagger – 8/20

We’ll follow up on Tuesday, August 27th with the contract calendar for the newest weapons so everyone can set reminders and snag all the new content.

SOURCE: SHG

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Warzone devs ‘fast-tracking’ fix for weapon glitch

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Infinity Ward has posted a tweet confirming the studio is fast tracking a fix for the weapon glitch occurring in Call of Duty: Warzone, especially on PC.

The glitch blows the weapon’s polygon out of proportion when rendering causing it to block the entire screen.

This issue started to happen with the Season 5 update last week and is continuing to cause issues for many PC players. Many of the largest PC creators have voiced their frustration over the issue.

In a tweet, the studio confirms they are working to get out a fix ASAP.

A release time frame for this fix is not confirmed at the time of this writing, so stay tuned for updates.

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Call of Duty: WWII now available for free with PS Plus on PS4

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As announced on May 25, Call of Duty: WWII is one of the free games for PlayStation Plus members on PlayStation 4 for the month of June.

Call of Duty: WWII is now available for download on the PlayStation 4 store and is listed as free as long as you have an active PlayStation Plus membership on your account. Once you download it, it is yours to keep forever, as along as you maintain an active PlayStation Plus subscription.

Visit the PlayStation Store HERE to download. Players are also receiving 1,100 Call of Duty Points by downloading Call of Duty: WWII.

Call of Duty® returns to its roots with Call of Duty®: WWII – a breathtaking experience that redefines World War II for a new gaming generation. Land in Normandy on D-Day and battle across Europe through iconic locations in history’s most monumental war. Experience classic Call of Duty combat, the bonds of camaraderie, and the unforgiving nature of war against a global power throwing the world into tyranny.

Call of Duty®: WWII creates the definitive World War II next generation experience across three different game modes: Campaign, Multiplayer, and Co-Operative. Featuring stunning visuals, the Campaign transports players to the European theater. Multiplayer marks a return to original, boots-on-the ground Call of Duty® gameplay. Authentic weapons and traditional run-and-gun action immerse you in a vast array of World War II–themed locations.

Call of Duty: WWII was first released in 2017 and developed by Sledgehammer Games and Raven Software. The title was Call of Duty’s big venture back to its roots of WWII era since the original release.

Call of Duty: WWII features a full campaign experience, multiplayer experience with new modes like War mode and Headquarters social space, and the co-op Nazi Zombies experience.

The base game is included with PS Plus, and there’s four DLC packs for Call of Duty: WWII also available as an add-on purchase with additional MP maps, War mode maps, and Nazi Zombies experiences.

Call of Duty: WWII is available for FREE with PlayStation Plus from now through Tuesday, July 6.

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Call of Duty: WWII will be FREE with PlayStation Plus on PS4 in June

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PlayStation has announced that a Call of Duty game will be FREE with PlayStation Plus for PlayStation 4 players in June.

The company has announced that the 2017 release of Call of Duty: WWII will be one of the PlayStation Plus free games in June.

Players on PlayStation 4 who are PS Plus subscribers will be able to download and play Call of Duty: WWII for FREE starting Tuesday, May 26 from the PlayStation 4 store on their console.

Once you download it, you can own it permanently as long as you have an active PS+ membership. The offer to download this expires July 6.

Call of Duty: WWII first released on November 2017 and was Sledgehammer Games’ last Call of Duty game release. The title debuted as one of the best selling Call of Duty games on this generation, featuring a campaign taking players back to WWII-era, multiplayer with War mode and Headquarters social place, alongside Nazi Zombies.

Call of Duty: WWII is the third free Call of Duty title for PS Plus members in history. The first was Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 in June 2018, followed by Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered in March 2019.

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