Yesterday, Sledgehammer Games released a new update for the PC version of Call of Duty: WWII.
The update, among other things, introduces support to the splitscreen. Players will be free to pair two different control systems, ie keyboard/mouse with the controller, or to use two controllers at the same time.
According to the developers, some bug fixes were also applied to the multiplayer and matchmaking, which under certain conditions, especially when the player left a playlist, took longer than expected.
There are also adjustments made to placement matches in Ranked mode, which often were not traced correctly and a defeat was attributed even in case of victory. You can check the full patch notes below:
- Fixed an issue in Winter Carentan where placeholder text was visible
- Adjusted melee weapon lean speed to match pistol lean speed
- Fixes for aspect ratio UI issues
- UI fixes in Emblem Editor
- Fixed issue where reload animation played twice when triggered
- Fixed issues that were causing difficulties with matchmaking under certain conditions after leaving a playlist
- Fixed an issue where placement matches weren’t accurately tracking and wins were counting as losses
- Fixed UI issues with Divisions after leaving a Ranked Play match in progress
- Fixed an issue where some players would receive starting rank before all placement matches were completed
- Full support for Splitscreen
- Keyboard and Mouse + Controller
- Controller + Controller
- Fixed issues that could result in corrupt data or graphical anomalies when patching and resuming from checkpoints
Call of Duty: WWII is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.