The integration of Call of Duty Points into Call of Duty: WWII was supposed to take place last week on November 14, but the game’s launch-related server issues forced Sledgehammer Games to delay their launch. The delay was only scheduled for one week though, which means Call of Duty: WWII’s version of Call of Duty Points (also known as CoD Points) are now available.
Publisher Activision confirmed the delay with an update on its support page. Since the entire CoD Points system was delayed, that also meant that pre-order customers couldn’t redeem their 1,100 CoD Point bundles either. However, since the system is now implemented, those who pre-ordered Call of Duty: WWII can now redeem their bundles by logging into the game and checking the Mail kiosk in the multiplayer HQ.
Call of Duty: WWII is available now on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.