Call of Duty: Vanguard developer Sledgehammer Games has added an update to the game’s spawn system which is now live in an experimental playlist.
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Amid player complaints, Call of Duty: Vanguard has revealed changes to its spawn system in its experimental playlist. Obligations you have had problems with your last multiplayer installation, with VanguardThe release of is overshadowed by other new multiplayer games like infinity halo. Despite the problems at launch, it appears that Activision hasn’t given up on its flagship shooter franchise.
Call of Duty: Vanguard It comes at an interesting point in the franchise’s life cycle. Following Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard, rumors began to circulate that the Obligations the franchise could become an Xbox exclusive (rumors that have since been debunked) or move away from its annual release pattern. Although there is still another release scheduled for 2022, which is rumored to be a sequel to the one in 2019. call of duty: modern warfare. While many fans of the series look ahead, the team behind Vanguard has continued to iterate and improve the game. The most recent change will certainly be something Vanguard gamers will be excited to hear.
According to the latest developer patch notes sledgehammer games has started testing a new system that should help improve spawn locations in Call of Duty: Vanguard. The new spawn system will prevent players from spawning in positions where they immediately engage an enemy and is specifically designed to improve the spawn system on smaller maps like Shipment and Dome. This new modified spawn system has been added to Vanguard in its own experimental playlist, which will feature three maps: Shipment, Das Haus, and Dome. Players can start playing this playlist to try out the new spawn system now.
In addition to the spawn system overhaul, Sledgehammer revealed other buffs and nerfs that will affect gameplay. Players, in particular, will notice that the rate at which they earn weapon XP has been increased in both multiplayer and Zombies. Of course, leveling up weapons to unlock new attachments and camos is one of the biggest challenges in Obligationsso Vanguard players will be happy to see the grind go down. There are also ways to increase the rate of weapon XP earned in Call of Duty: Vanguard if these changes are not enough.
Despite its relative lack of success, Call of Duty: Vanguard continues to attract players. The developer remains committed to improving the gaming experience of Vanguard and removing unfair spawns is certainly a quality of life change that players can get behind. Obligations players can check out the new playlist and send feedback to a developer who is still listening to it.
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