My Call of Duty WW2 experience…

Last weekend, I was peered pressure into buying Call of Duty: WW2 because the friends that I game with from time to time was all going to be on it this weekend. So I made the trip to game stop, and picked up my copy. I’m not going to lie, at this point I was still pretty content on playing Battlefield 1, and I haven’t played the last two installments of Call of Duty.

Finally made it home, installed the game, joined a party with some friends then the waiting game started… We didn’t play our first online game until an hour and twenty minutes in matchmaking. Every time we would enter match making either one of us will get kicked from matchmaking, matchmaking would crash and kick you to main title screen. What was most frustrating is that after all that wait and we finally get into a game all of us wasn’t even in the same game. Yes people. We would be in matching making all together then it will split us up to different maps.

And that was my experience with Call of Duty WW2 so far. Maybe it wasn’t the smartest thing to run double xp weekend when the game was still new and have the servers flooded. I had little trouble finding matches by myself, but it just really sucks that at the moment playing with a party is nearly impossible.

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