Call of Duty: Vanguard is not without its glitches since the game has seen plenty of issues of problems since it was released late in the year. The most recent issue Call of Duty: Vanguard players have observed is giving players the ability to run against walls in a manner similar like Titanfall. Titanfall game.
Sledgehammer Games is currently working on a serious issue with the game encountered since its launch. Many Call of Duty: Vanguardplayers have experienced issues with their spawn locations. The developer stated that it wanted the spawning to be less randomas players complained that they seemed to be too close to rival players, which placed them in disadvantage. The company followed by launching a survey which allowed players to provide feedback on how they felt about the new spawn system since it was only available on a pre-determined playlist at the moment.
A few Vanguard players have discovered an unusual bug that can teleport them to the edge of the closest vertical surface following their death. A Reddit user has been able to record an image of the bug in the action, showing the player dying from an explosion motorbike, and then being transported onto the edge of an igneous rock. The user can still move around and fire their weapon, but he’s being stuck on the rock’s side. The issue can be repaired by stepping into and out of the vehicle, and appears to be relatively safe.
Thankfully the glitch doesn’t appear to be very widespread. Call of Duty: Vanguard’s aim assist glitch was far more dangerous and common in that it could make aim assist fail during between a battle. It was often the case that players ended up not hitting their targets and then being in the middle from an assault.
In addition, some Call of Duty: Vanguardfans are asking for that the Whitley LMG to be nerfed because they believe they are overpowered. This is due because the Whitley LMG is capable of dealing with a massive amount of damage, and can be fitted with a magazine that can hold 150 rounds, and is able to deliver a significant speed of fire.
Call of Duty: Vanguardmultiplayer is available for free over the course of the coming two weeks. This is a great chance for those who love the series who have yet to experience Vanguardto test the game, since it’ll be some time before when the following Call of Duty release hits the shelves.
Call of Duty: Vanguard is currently available on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One as well as Xbox Series X/S.