WWII's Michael Condrey is taking over for Santa to give us all the gift of balance adjustments.
Those that experience plenty of bad spawns in Call of Duty: WWII may just be extremely unlucky, if this data is accurate.
After weeks of server problems holding back WWII's Headquarters feature, the floodgates have been opened.
Sledgehammer Games' Michael Condrey has teased some WWII changes—and shot down the possibility of others.
Sledgehammer Games says it's stepped up the single-player difficulty for Call of Duty: WWII, and for good reason.
Competitive players should be quite happy with what the next Call of Duty is (and is not) including.
Call of Duty: WWII will offer gameplay outside of a first-person view, but don't get your hopes up yet.