Call of Duty: WWII's latest update will make widespread fixes

An overall reduction in flinch is also being looked into.

Sledgehammer Games has revealed preliminary details for Call of Duty: WWII’s newest game update, an update which will fix a wide variety of issues that are mainly affecting the game’s multiplayer component.

In this recent update post Sledgehammer mentioned the update and detailed some of the specific elements it will address:

“Next week, we’ll have a game update that contains many important changes including map exploit fixes, UI improvements, fixes to issues with Party, connectivity optimizations, and more. Listening to fans and looking at global match data, we adjusted the BAR (increased recoil), reduced the flinch-reduction in the Primed Basic Training, fixed the “snaking” exploit while crouching and proning repeatedly, and fixed an important bug with the smoke grenade. We are currently play testing a reduced flinch over all weapon primaries, and will look to update once we verify the balance across all weapons remains.”

As of the time of this writing, a release date for the update hasn’t been confirmed, but it should arrive sometime this week.