Call of Duty: Vanguard, Warzone Pacific Season Two delayed
Activision has delayed the launch of Season Two for both Call of Duty: Vanguard and Warzone Pacific.
Announced in a recent blog post, Season Two will now launch on February 14th, nearly two weeks later than its original launch date of February 2nd. The delay “will allow us to continue balancing and optimizing your gameplay experience, which remains our priority.” In the meantime, all of Activision’s Call of Duty studios will continue to “deliver updates” and “fix game stability and bugs.”
The announcement comes at a time when Raven Software employees are still on strike after several contracted quality assurance testers were let go. It also happens to coincide with the recent announcement that Microsoft plans to purchase Activision Blizzard at a $68.7 billion price point.
The most recent mid-season update to Vanguard improved spawn logic on smaller maps and fixed several sources of crashes. Meanwhile, starting today, players can purchase a cosmetics pack based on Attack on Titan character Levi Ackerman.
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