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COD Advanced Warfare 1.08 update for PS4, Xbox One

It is that time again when we are looking for the next COD Advanced Warfare update. Since Sledgehammer launched 1.07 on December 4, it’s highly unlikely that we will see another new COD Advanced Warfare 1.08 update for PS4 and Xbox One this week.

However, as always there are plenty of requests from the community, from those who are demanding more changes to the game for Sledgehammer to implement.

With the 1.07 patch, Sledgehammer introduced a vast amount of changes, including some new weapon balance fixes to selection of multiplayer guns. Examples of which were the Bal27 which had a damage reduction and recoil adjustment, and also the Ameli which should now benefit from increased damage.

On the other side of things, Sledgehammer also promised that they had issued an update regarding the COD Advanced Warfare glitches, by including an ‘player out of world exploit’ fix to the game with 1.07 – unsurprisingly, some are still finding ways around this though today.

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So looking ahead to the forthcoming COD Advanced Warfare 1.08 patch for PS4, Xbox One, what would you say needs to be a priority fix from Sledgehammer this time around?

Over on the forums, PS4 and Xbox One players are saying that the HBRa3 in COD Advanced Warfare may have been ‘overnerfed’ by Sledgehammer. The 1.07 update arrived with decreased weapon damage for this weapon, but does the developer need to take a look at this weapon again specifically and bring it back to the level it was a few patches ago?

It’s clear that there’s still a lot of improvements to be made with COD Advanced Warfare multiplayer. Make yourself familiar with the full 1.07 patch notes again to refresh your memory, then tell us what you need to see with the COD AW 1.07 update on PS4 and Xbox One to keep you playing daily.

If you could list one vital change needed, what would it be?

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