Sledgahmmer Games has offered another update on the state of Call of Duty: WWII‘s servers.
According to the developer, dedicated servers have once again been rolled out on PlayStation 4 in the U.S., following the rollback to P2P due to issues introduced in last week’s update. PS4 players in Europe and Xbox One players will be returning to dedicated servers soon.
It was also confirmed that double XP has been extended until tomorrow at 10 a.m. PT after an issue was discovered that had caused double XP to be available since launch and triple XP during the double XP event this weekend.
Finally, Sledgehammer announced that the release of COD Points has been delayed until November 21st to give the team time to focus on addressing the server issues. COD Points are used to purchase the game’s supply drops using real-world money.
In other news, earlier today, the first update for the PC version of COD: WWII was pushed live.
Call of Duty: WWII is available now on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.