Call of Duty Vanguard and Warzone Season 2 will start later than initially planned. As the developers announce on Twitter, they have to postpone the release of the new season and related content by two weeks. It doesn’t start until February 14th. “We have released a number of updates, but more must be done,” the developers write in the statement, adding that they want to prioritize balancing updates and optimizations first.
More updates ahead of Season 2 launch
Before Season 2 starts in Call of Duty Warzone and Vanguard, the developers want to install additional updates to optimize the two first-person shooters. “We’re using the extra time to both address stability issues and apply bug fixes to get a good level of polishing,” the developers wrote on the Call of Duty Twitter account. The upcoming updates therefore mainly include gameplay optimizations and balancing adjustments. The makers announced last week that Vanguard and Warzone urgently needed further updates.
Bugs in Warzone
A very sensible decision, as another major update could cause additional problems in Call of Duty Vanguard and Warzone. Recently players reported, among other things, on operator skins in Warzone, which suddenly made players invisible – to the frustration of opposing soldiers. In addition, there were reports of faulty crosshairs, which make accurate aiming considerably more difficult. Since the Caldera launch, there have also been performance issues. In the end, the developers were able to score points with the players with the current playlist.