Call of Duty: Vanguard Season one and the War zone Pacific Update with the new caldera map have been delayed by a week. Both will now launch on December 8th, although neither Activision, Sledgehammer Games nor Raven Software have given a reason for the delay.
vanguard Season 1 will add new maps and game modes, new weapons and equipment, and updates to Zombies mode. Further details are expected closer to the new start date of the season. In the meantime, vanguard Players can enjoy the return of the melee shipping card as part of preparing for the season. Black Ops Cold War Players also have free vanguard Reward tiers that you can unlock during the current season 6. Multiplayer Challenges will arrive on November 24th vanguard this will give more information about the caldera and its attractions. Season 1 starts on December 8th.
Update: Season 1 of #Vanguard and Warzone Pacific will now be released on December 8th.
Vanguard owners have exclusive first-play access to the Caldera map around the clock. Open Access starts on December 9th. pic.twitter.com/GnnYCp6g75
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Not only will War zone Players will receive the brand new Caldera Map, they will still be able to access the Rebirth Island map after the upcoming update. In addition to the standard Battle Royale tariff, there will be a Vanguard Royale mode that will keep things on the vanguard Weapons and new combat vehicles. As in vanguard Season One, further details are expected closer to the new start date. For now, War zone Players can enjoy Operation: Flashback, a time-limited mode that celebrates the last 18 months of Verdansk history.
The “Secrets of the Pacific” challenges will also be added War zone on November 24th and they have the same purpose as those in vanguard. On November 30th, players will be able to experience the final hours of Verdansk with a limited-time event and game modes, although that event has now been extended to December 8th. War zone won’t change his name to now Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific also until this date. While adding caldera War zone on December 8th this is an early access version for the owners vanguard. Open access to the card for everyone begins on December 9th.
It’s unknown if the delay is related to the Wall Street Journal’s recent report on Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick and its aftermath, including the PlayStation and Xbox leadership condemning the publisher’s reactions to the allegations . Or, it could simply be that the new content wasn’t quite ready, forcing a week’s delay.
Those of you who are still on the fence about getting what Call of Duty: Vanguard can test the multiplayer this weekend completely free of charge. The free trial runs until November 22nd and includes access to all of the game’s multiplayer modes. As always, Call of Duty: Warzone is free to play.[Source: Twitter]