Over the weekend, Activision held the second Beta for "Call of Duty: WW2," which is set to arrive on both consoles and PC this November 3. The studio admitted that the beta contributed to making the game better and the "backend launch readiness more solid." In a recent Activision community post, the studio outlined several changes they are implementing to the game before it heads to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC this November. Such features that will be implemented just in time for the November 3 launch include the Bumper Jumper, Bumper Jumper Tactical, Stick and Move, Charlie, One-Hand Gunslinger, Scout, N0M4D L3F7Y, Brawler, and Beast.

Studio outlines community feedback received during Weekend 2 beta

In the recent post by Activision, the studio also discussed the common community feedback they have received for "Call Of Duty: WW2." First of all, they encouraged players to spend time in the Mosh Pit playlist, as they've added the new mode called Kill Complete. In addition, the studio is reverting to the 75 score limit for Team Deathmatch after raising it to 100 for the Weekend 2 beta. The studio admitted that they received comments on how this will be "sub-optimal" for gameplay, which is why they reverted to 75. They're also ready to make changes to the Aachen map according to user feedback.

Other user feedback acknowledged pre-launch

Gamespot reported that Activision is also contemplating on flinch tuning after users responded positively to the changes they made to sprint-out to ADS times in "Call of Duty: WW2". Moreover, the studio recognizes how well-received the M1928 weapon is, writing that it is actually one of the most "iconic" weapons in the game.

Speaking of positive feedback, they have also received praise for the soundtrack of the upcoming game and shared that there were extensive recording sessions in Nashville to complete it. Lastly, players should expect better audio timing on weapon fire rates when the game arrives this November 3.

Future of 'Call of Duty: WWII'

In other "Call of Duty: WW2" news, Activision Publishing CEO Eric Hirshberg recently spoke to Game Informer, hinting at a possible sequel. While it's way too early to confirm anything just yet, Hirshberg said "I don't necessarily see it as a one-off; I think that World War II and historical settings more broadly are very rich territory, and I think there's every possibility that that could become an area that we explore more than once." "Call of Duty: WW2" arrives on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on November 3.