Call of Duty: Vanguard Players have encountered a particularly annoying problem, and they think they don’t have to deal with it in a multiplayer game. That is a collision with teammates.
In Vanguard, when you meet your teammates, you push them away. This applies to both first-person and third-person perspectives, which means that teammates may accidentally or intentionally completely disrupt your goals and force you to miss shots.
This is more common on smaller maps, because an accidental push can literally determine your destiny. This is one of the loudest complaints on the biggest subreddit of games today. We see this fact now, rather than a few hours after the launch of Vanguard, which may be related to the recently launched Das Haus 24/7 playlist-Vanguard’s smallest map.
A very frustrated person wrote: “It’s unbelievable that I am pushed away every time I try to walk through the door.” Reddit users.
“Delete it completely, or at least add a’let me go away’ button,” suggested jokingly other“I know I only send spam to Blitz, but I swear to God, it’s like I went back to high school, walking behind a group of freshmen, they took time to go to class, and I had a place to go.”
Interestingly, this is also a problem in “Modern Warfare 2019”-“Pioneer” draws on the most games. Infinity Ward finally tried to fix it in January, but it did not fully complete the work, forcing the developers to deploy another patch to end the teammate collision once and for all.
With many powerful accessories and tactics, such as broken melee lunges, two-shot MP40 construction or obscene Vital Proficiency-this is indeed the least problem in Vanguard multiplayer games.