Engineers Sledgehammer found a reason for which Call of Duty: WWII lost connection with the server.
Can you relate to Call of Duty: WWII, but the launch of the game went not very smooth. Witnesses reported various technical problems in the network portion. Sledgehammer Games is not sitting idly by and is preparing to destroy the pesky sores.
Developers dedicated multiplayer bugs a separate entry in the official blog. The Studio claims that it is working on fixes around the clock. Friday Sledgehammer has already released one patch, but it did affect the server performance. As a result, the authors had to temporarily take the network matches the technology of peer-to-peer. That is, users themselves are the servers.
Developers know that peer-to-peer entails a number of inconveniences. For example, when the lobby host leaves the match, the data is transferred to a gaming device of the other participant. This, in turn, can adversely affect the quality of the match.
But this is only a temporary solution, emphasizes Sledgehammer. The highest priority for the team at the moment is to restore dedicated servers. In order not to disrupt the multiplayer and to verify the reliability of the patch, servers will be added gradually. 12 Nov “vydelenka” has been tested in the U.S., other parts of the world will catch up later.
There is good news: engineers Sledgehammer found a reason for which Call of Duty: WWII lost connection with the server. This problem has led to the loss of statistics or hang in the lobby after matches. The relevant patch for consoles or has already appeared, or will appear.
However, while Sledgehammer will bring back dedicated servers, the social location of “Headquarters” will remain empty — it will be able to run only you and those you invite to your group. The developers understand that “Headquarters” is much more fun when there is a crowd of dozens of soldiers, but we need to deal with other troubles.
In addition, Sledgehammer separately noted — support for the PC version too. The Studio has already started to prepare another patch for computers, but felt that you should first eliminate the above troubles. In the end, many of them related and PC.
So Sledgehammer will somewhat delay the update of Call of Duty: WWII on the PC.