Sledgehammer is weakening Call of Duty: Vanguard’s OP Sun, watching the mix, etc.

this Call of Duty: Vanguard After an extension of 48 hours, the beta version has officially ended. As expected, the developer Sledgehammer Games released an update on the issues and issues it is tracking based on player feedback and reports.

in a Blog post, The studio specifically discussed five issues and added that some have been fixed in the release version, while others are being processed (though not specifically stated).

For example, the glare of the sun in the game is being weakened, as are the dog kills. Sledgehammer is also considering adjusting spawning, especially in the Royal Hotel, to get rid of the murder kitchen problem.

This is everything covered:

  • Bask in the sun.
  • Fight against the red star carnival.
  • Delete dognados.
  • Adjusted to avoid the murder kitchen of the Royal Hotel.
  • Close the microphone hall opened in Search & Destroy.

The Vanguard beta version is not very popular. Although Activision has not released any official data, the beta version of the game is not very active on Twitch, and online chat is far less dense and diverse than Modern Warfare 2019 or last year’s Black Ops Cold War.

This is why Sledgehammer Games has not touched on some of the most common issues/concerns that players encounter in the game, which is a bit surprising. For example, the excessive visual effects that accompany weapon firing, such as smoke and muzzle flashes, have always been one of the bigger complaints-but they are nowhere to be seen here.

Nevertheless, the blog post mentions that the team is considering various other issues, such as overall visibility, audio mixing (another common issue), and weapon balance.

“Call of Duty: Pioneer” will be available on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S on November 5.

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The US Securities and Exchange Commission agreed and has begun an investigation into Activision Blizzard and has subpoenaed CEO Bobby Kotick.