Call of Duty: WW2 has been around for years, but the game is still seeing occasional updates from the Sledgehammer Games team. The latest is Call of Duty: WW2 update 1.25 and it's confusing. Not only is it surprisingly large, but its patch notes provide virtually no detail as to what it contains. What exactly changes the new Call of Duty WW2 update? This is what we are here to discuss.
Call of Duty: WW2 Update | 1.25 Patch Notes (January 2020)
The latest version of Call of Duty: WW2 1.25 was released on January 7, 2020. The patch weighs in at around 2GB on consoles and nearly 5GB on PC. With such a large file size, gamers might expect the usual set of balance adjustments and gameplay tweaks. Apparently, this doesn't seem to be the case.
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Here are the full patch notes for Call of Duty: WW2 update version 1.25 as shown on PlayStation 4:
- Various bugs have been fixed.
Not much to do, is there? Thankfully, the Sledgehammer Games team has provided some insight into what the update to COD WW2 1.25 actually intends to address: compliance with state law.
Nothing in front of the user. In fact, this is an update that complies with state law. Boring, right?
- Club Games (@SHGames) January 7, 2020
So far it is unclear exactly what this type of compliance with state law entails. It is also unclear why this compliance would require between two and five gigabytes of data to address. Some players speculate that textures or other assets need to be changed - likely as an explanation of the update's download size - but we couldn't find any evidence of that.
Either way, Call of Duty: WW1.25 Update 2 is now available for download. Considering the game is over two years old at this rate, it's at least nice to know that the developers are still supporting their latest WWII-themed release.