The most recent update to Call of Duty: Vanguard has been accompanied by new maps and game modes, but also an unexpected issue that only affects the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. Sledgehammer Games has announced on Twitter that it has temporarily removed modality Champion Hill of Microsoft’s next-generation machines. Apparently there was a problem that caused the game to freeze.
“We are removing Champion Hill from Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S while we investigate issues with crasheos in this mode ”, they explain on their official Twitter account. It has been almost a day since the tweet, but it is still unknown when it will be available again. This is not the first time that Vanguard has faced a similar problem., since last week Sledgehammer Games was forced to deactivate Secrets of the Pacific due to a very similar error.
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Launching at a Troubled Moment for Activision Blizzard
Call of Duty: Vanguard is available on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and PC. The new Sledgehammer Games production has been greeted by the press and players with some lukewarmness, not only when it comes to criticism, but also to sales. In addition, the title has come at a very delicate moment for Activision Blizzard, a company in the pillory as a result of the cases of alleged harassment that have come to light in recent weeks and months.
The game returns to WWII with all the usual ingredients Of the brand. Includes campaign and multiplayer mode, as well as classic zombies. On the other hand, those who acquire the version of PS4 and Xbox One cannot upgrade for free to the new generation unless they buy one of the editions that does allow it.
Source | Sledgehammer Games, VGC