Call of Duty: Pioneer Beta Extension

this Call of Duty: Vanguard The second weekend of the beta started last Thursday, and the beta will be fully open on all platforms on Saturday. Given that players who did not pre-order the game only have two days to play, Activision decided to give everyone more time.

The Vanguard beta has been extended by 48 hours, which means it will now end on Wednesday, September 22 10 a.m. Pacific time, 1 p.m. EST, 6 p.m. UKThe content of the beta version will not change, so don’t expect any new maps or weapons, which is a bit unusual for the Call of Duty beta.

Nonetheless, if you play until level 20, you will get a weapon blueprint in the full game when it is released. Soon after the beta version ends, you will also get an Arthur Kingsley operator in Call of Duty: Mobile.

So far, the Vanguard beta has received different reactions from players, usually for similar reasons. Many people compare it to the WW2 re-skin of Modern Warfare 2019. Your reaction to this observation depends on your opinion of the Infinity Ward game.

However, the numbers are not very encouraging. The game has not been in the top five on Twitch, and there is a lot of discussion on the Internet about cheaters who have disrupted the game.

Activision Blizzard filed a lawsuit against the company due to California’s workplace harassment, gender discrimination, and failure to take action against such reports, and has been subject to strict scrutiny in recent weeks. Although the company has made some changes and recently brought in a new human resources director from Disney, many people think this is not enough.

Just last week, Activision Blizzard was sued by its employees for its unfair practices and hiring a union-breaking law firm after the allegations were made public.