In the aftermath of Microsoft’s start of acquisition operations, Activision writes an open letter to all players concerned about the current state of Call of Duty Vanguard, Warzone Pacific and Modern Warfare,
With a joint statement entrusted to the institutional blog of the series, the teams that deal with the games of Call of Duty admit that, despite having already implemented a large number of updates, “it is still a lot of work to do.” For this reason, they decided to postpone the launch of the Call of Duty Vanguard Season 2, Warzone Pacific: initially scheduled for February 2, it is now scheduled to be February 14, 2022.
“We will use this additional development time to implement updates, including gameplay optimization, game balance (including weapons and equipment balance), to improve stability and fix bugs, and to ensure a general level of finishing to improve experience The statement concludes with the promise of a more frequent and rapid communication about the state of Call of Duty.
A few days ago, we learned that despite ending 2021 at the top of the US standings, Vanguard recorded the worst launch of the last 14 years for a Call of Duty game. An employee of the Quality Control Department also attributed responsibility for the bad status of COD to Activision.