As the Vanguard beta has drawn to a close, the developers have been flooded with feedback from players. Now Sledgehammer Games have revealed a list of changes that have been made to the title ahead of its official release.
Call of Duty: Vanguard will finally release in November and it looks like Sledgehammer Games are already working on a list of improvements based on feedback from players.
Call of Duty players recently took part in the Vanguard open beta and it looks like it was mixed reviews, there was a number of elements that fans loved while there were some others that they felt needed work.
Now, it seems that Sledgehammer Games has been taking this information on board and they reveal a list of changes that will be made to the game prior to its release.
Sledgehammer outlined the changes they would be making in a blog post titled “THANK YOU FOR PLAYING THE VANGUARD BETA!”
The changes are as follows:
Here’s a shortlist of things that have either already been fixed for launch or issues we’re currently working on, thanks to your feedback:
- Nerfing the sun
- Cracking down on Red Star raves
- Removing dognados
- Tuning spawns to avoid Hotel Royal’s murder kitchen
- Closing open mic lobbies in Search & Destroy
A number of players also reported a series of bugs that they have encountered in the beta, so its likely that these issues will be fixed before the games official launch.
Although there has been no confirmation on just how many bugs there has been found or is currently being worked on.
There has also been a number of reports from players that have reported cheaters running riot already in the game, however hopefully this will all come to and end when the games new anti-cheat system is available.
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