Call of Duty: WW2 dev delays microtransactions to focus on fixing online issues

Call of Duty: WW2's microtransactions were due to go live today, 14th November, but have been delayed so developer Sledgehammer can prioritise sorting out the game's troubling online issues.

The game's microtransaction currency, dubbed COD Points, will now go live on 21st November "so the team can focus on our top priority items", Sledgehammer said in an update on the Call of Duty: WW2 subreddit.

COD Points are used to buy loot boxes, or supply drops in Call of Duty: WW2 - the boxes that fall from the sky in the Headquarters social space - with real world money. Currently, there is no way to buy supply drops with real world money. In fact, the game does not have any microtransactions at all right now.

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