Physical Version Of Call Of Duty WWII Unplayable Without 9GB Day One Patch
Hold onto your horses.
Before you go leaping into the latest addition to the Call Of Duty franchise, you'll need to patiently wait and twiddle your thumbs whilst you download a 9GB day one patch.
This was discovered after players who received early retail copies realised that they were unable to play any portion of the game, and assumed a patch was required as for a day they were unable to do anything with their copies.
Sledgehammer later uploaded a 9GB patch to servers, and lo and behold, the game's single player and Zombies mode became playable. Those with early copies are also able to play multiplayer mode War with bots.
This is new for the Call Of Duty franchise, however it seems as though Sledgehammer developed titles are the ones that get hit the hardest by leaks. This technique could be a way for the developers to reduce the amount of launch week leaks, however they've released the patch now so early players have access to the game, so we might be seeing some regardless.
Make sure to download the 9GB patch before jumping into a game with your mates... you wouldn't want to be that guy who holds up the session!
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