How To Commend A Fellow Soldier In Call Of Duty: WWII


Need to complete a daily objective? This guide will tell you How To Commend A Fellow Soldier In Call Of Duty: WWII so you can complete objectives at the start of the game and sometimes a daily objective given to you.

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You will see the objective on your objective HUD. It tells you “Commend a Fellow Soldier”. This is actually a really simple action but you need to be in HQ with other players. You cannot do it if you are in HQ alone.

If you are in a HQ with another player walk directly to them and you will get an interact option. Hold the button to interact with them. If you look at the options that appear, there is an option to Commend the Soldier. This is a one time action per player.

So there you have it. Everything you need to know for How To Commend A Fellow Soldier In Call Of Duty: WWII.

FIX FIX FIX: There is another way to do this if your HQ is always empty. Check out our updated guide here.
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  • Birdman

    how do you get someone else into your HQ so you can commend them?