- Sledgehammer Games, which developed Call of Duty: Vanguard, is working on changes to the game's systems.
- The team tweeted an announcement about patches for fans, addressing their issues with the game.
- Longtime fans of the Call of Duty franchise are finally getting some much-needed updates to the online multiplayer portion of the game.
The Call of Duty social media account on Twitter published a statement Thursday and acknowledged that developers are working to update Call of Duty: Vanguard, as well as the Call of Duty: Warzone battle royale mode.
Some players have encountered various glitches and bugs in the new Warzone mode. These include Operator skins that make players invisible.
Other issues have included poor game performance on consoles and freezes while attempting to access the in-game buy stations.
Call of Duty has a name in the game world
Call of Duty is one of the best-selling video games franchises of all time, and with good reason. Each new installment brings something new to the table, whether it’s the ability to fight in space or the chance to battle zombies in World War II.
The gameplay is always top-notch and the graphics are fantastic, so you know that you’re getting a quality product every time you buy a Call of Duty title.
Not only that, but Call of Duty has also spawned an entire sub-genre of gaming, in which players compete against each other online in team matches.
These games are called first-person shooters (FPS) because they are played from the perspective of the player’s character.
New fixes on Call of Duty
Things have not been rosy for a while now as, Call of Duty fans are experiencing various multiplayer connection difficulties, including disconnects from matches and unexpected party disbandments.
Call of Duty fans who play Zombies mode have also been outraged at the lack of a pause option while playing solo or private matches.
The option, which had been available in the previous Call of Duty titles, allows Zombies players to adjust their tactics and figure out how to deal with the hordes of enemies rampaging towards them.
These are not the only issues you can encounter when playing the game so feel free to visit our guide on packet data loss on Call of Duty if you encounter such problems.
Cries not on deaf ears
In a post, the team of Call of Duty developers behind the current game shared information about updates that are being deployed in response to player feedback.
Fixes released with recent patches include collision issues and weapon balancing for Warzone, as well as stability improvements, weapon balancing, and improved spawn logic for Vanguard.
Fans on the other hand were quite outraged but understandably so.
The studio is listening to feedback and making changes based on players’ suggestions. They have already made many changes, including fixes for Warzone and Vanguard.
Should you encounter any other related problems with other Call of Duty versions, feel free to check out our guide on Call of Duty unable to play on Windows 11.
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