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World War II Online is a Massively Multiplayer Online First Person Shooter based in Western Europe between 1939 and 1943. Through land, sea, and air combat using a ultra-realistic game engine, combined with a strategic layer, in the largest game world ever created - We offer the best WWII simulation experience around.

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The TESTING AND BUG REPORTING area is for REPRODUCIBLE bugs in the game. This is not the forum for asking for technical support  this can be found at the below links:

Windows:

http://forums.wwiionline.com/forums/forum/10-community-support-windows/

Mac:

http://forums.wwiionline.com/forums/forum/11-community-support-macintosh/

  • If you have information on a bug even if you think it is new please search this area first and add to the existing post if you have more information before making a new post.
     
  • If you are sure you have a NEW bug please post it in a new post with a descriptive title.
     
  • In your post please make sure you post screenshots or videos if you are able to and also a FULL and DETAILED description.
     
  • Include information regarding your operating system (PC / Mac?) and your OS Version in your post, as well as, system specs.[

 

Any post found to NOT be a bug with steps to reproduce will be moved to the community support area!

 

 

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Windows Users - You can help us speed up our bug crushing by posting the contents of your systems dxdiag.txt file whenever you're creating a new post. Follow the steps below and then copy and paste the contents of your dxdiag.txt into your post.

To run a DxDiag report follow the steps below:

If you are running Windows 7 or higher, go to your TaskBar.
Click on, "Start Button".
Click on, "Run".
In the pop-up window enter DxDiag and hit ok.
The DirectX Diagnostic Tool pop-up window should appear.
Click on, "Save all information".
"Save As" window should be present.
Click on, "Save" (The file should be saved to your desktop as DxDiag.txt)
Exit the DirectX Diagnostic Tool.

 

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