Call of Duty WW2 Update Finally Lets Players Paint Their Weapons

Call of Duty WW2 Update Finally Lets Players Paint Their Weapons

War Machine DLC pack and Weapon Order Updates also out.

Call of Duty WW2 got some major updates today. Not only is the new DLC pack, War Machine, out today but Sledgehammer Games finally released the long-awaited paintshop so that players can customize weapons. The developers also tweaked weapon orders in a big way.

War Machine is the newest DLC pack for Call of Duty WW2 and is available first on the PS4. It introduces a new War Mode mission along with three new multiplayer maps: Dunkirk, Egypt, and V2. There's also aerial dogfights in the game.

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However, players will most likely be having a lot of fun with the new paintshop content which lets players customize their weapons in all different kinds of fun and unique ways. On reddit CoD WW2 players are already showing off some of their latest creations like this gun painted after the Back to the Future hoverboard.

Lastly, Sledgehammer Games made some updates to the game's Weapon Orders system. After listening to fan feedback, CoD WW2 will increase the frequency of Weapon Orders from once a week to once a day. That means a new weapon will be available through the Daily Order. Also, Sledgehammer will periodically announce ahead of time which weapon classes will be featured that week so that players won't be caught off-guard if their favorite weapon class goes up. You can see a list of updates over at the Call of Duty subreddit.

Call of Duty WW2 is the most recent iteration of the Call of Duty franchise. The game takes the series back to its World War 2 roots after the series began venturing into the far future. You can check out our complete Call of Duty WW2 guide for the latest news on the most recent War Machine DLC.

The next Call of Duty game will be Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 from Treyarch. Check out our Everything We Know About Black Ops 4 page for the latest details, release dates, and trailers.

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