The reason why beta version of games are released is so that developers can let their fans test out the game and use that feed back to improve the game before they officially release it. Well, the Call of Duty: WWII Beta has just ended and here are some of the changes that Sledgehammer will be making to the game.

We know that the developer raised the Team Deathmatch score limit during the beta testing period but according to them, they will be dropping the limit back down when they release the game later this year.

They also added that they will be making some changes to the new Aachen map although we will have to wait and see the kind of changes they will be making. They will also be changing the sprintout ADS times.

The game will be released in November on PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One.

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