Call of Duty Vanguard is a disaster, and even the developers admit it

Call of Duty Vanguard is a disaster, and even the developers admit it

Call of Duty Vanguard is a disaster

There's no denying that Call of Duty Vanguard's launch was disastrous. From the very first days of the game's release, users immediately started complaining about numerous problems including various annoying bugs, and even in our review we realized that the work was quite disastrous. Although the title managed to surpass another famous giant in the Italian territory in sales, the statistics are clear: the launch of this last chapter is the worst of the whole series.

The situation is so serious that even the developers have noticed the situation, going so far as to admit that the launch was truly a disaster. In a tweet on Sledgehammer's official account, they talk about the most common problems and the fact that they are fully aware of them too, closing the post with the promise to continue improving the product to make it as perfect as possible and to remove all of them. any problems.

While waiting for all the problems to be resolved, the developers have tried to make up for themselves in some way, for example by making the multiplayer mode of the game free for a limited period of time, but obviously not it helped a lot. In any case, we are sure that the software house is listening to us and that it is working to solve all the inconveniences of this catastrophic launch.

A note from SHG

- Sledgehammer Games (@SHGames) November 24, 2021

Call of Duty was released less than a month ago, precisely on November 5th, and is available on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X / S. If you have just started playing and you need a few more tips to explore the title at its best, then we leave you a handy guide to the best weapons. If, on the other hand, you are already veterans and hardened collectors, you will surely find our trophy guide useful.

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‘Warzone’ And ‘Call Of Duty: Vanguard’ Season 1 Operators And Guns Leaked Online


Credit: Activision

Warzone’s Pacific-themed WWII map ‘Caldera’ has been delayed along with the launch of Season 1 for that game and Call Of Duty: Vanguard.

Fortunately, the delay is only by a few days. Vanguard owners will still have access 24 hours early as well.

Now, leakers have discovered the key artwork for the first season of the overhauled battle royale, which brings the game in line with Sledgehammer’s WWII Vanguard timeline and, perhaps more importantly, game engine and mechanics. The Warzone you’ve been playing the last two years will be a very different came this December.

Here’s the key artwork via @SizePlaystation on Twitter:

As you can see, there are three new Operators coming to Season 1. At least one of these will be in the Battle Pass with one or two as Item Shop bundles.

Their names are reportedly Anna, Lewis, and Francis. The guns they’re holding are reportedly the BSA Welgun, M1944 Hyde Carbine, and the PTRS-41 Sniper Rifle.

Call Of Duty

Credit: Activision

Along with the massive overhaul of Warzone, Activision will be implementing its Ricochet anti-cheat system for both that game and Vanguard at Season 1’s launch. Players can also expect new Vanguard maps and modes at the beginning of the season and at the midseason update, as well as new Zombies content.

Activision remains in some turmoil in the runup to season 1, as pressure from employees, investors and platform holders like Sony and Microsoft is mounting against long-time CEO Bobby Kotick. Recent reports claim that Kotick was aware of discriminatory practices at the company and did nothing to curtail them.

According to the Wall Street Journal, Kotick told colleagues he would “consider leaving the company” if he’s unable to speedily handle the harassment and discrimination issues at the company.

Read also: Battlefield 2042 Is A Total Disaster and Fans Are Pissed and watch the video version below.

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