Sledgehammer has temporarily disabled the Call of Duty WW2 Leaderboards and the Headquarters social hub. This move was done in response to server issues when the game released last 3 November. The game had issues accommodating a huge number of players logging in within a “very short window” on launch day.
With the game’s Leaderboards temporarily disabled, player rankings are currently unavailable, although Sledgehammer promises that all information are still being tracked, and everything will be accurate when it comes back up.
The Headquarters is also not publicly available at the moment. This means players won’t be able to see other players opening their loot boxes. You can host a private loot opening party, though.
Sledgehammer has said in a statement that they have been working around the clock over the last 48 hours since launch “to optimize the experience for everyone and have made a series of updates to address issues.”
We hope they can fix this soon, as the hype sure looks real for Call of Duty WW2 this time.
Activision has announced the Pathfinder Pack which players can get for free when they play COD WW2 multiplayer before 17 November.