Call of Duty League Players Concerned About Vanguard’s Broken Controller Mode

Call of Duty fans and pundits expressed concern about Vanguard’s Broken Control Mode being included in this year’s season.


As gamers prepare for 2022 Call of Duty League Vanguard season, league teams express great concern about Call of Duty: Vanguard‘S Broken controller mode is being included in the upcoming Kickoff Classic.

Call of Duty League participants returning from the season are ready to reveal their team roster to fans of the popular e-sports game. However, both competitive players and fans of the franchise are worried about Call of Duty: Vanguard’s Control mode was introduced in an official event with its current bugs.


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These concerns from players arise like the Call of Duty League Vanguard pre-season kicks off with the Kickoff Classic event on January 21. Call of Duty League commentator Landon ‘LandO’ Sanders stated on Twitter, “FYI: Seen a glitch on Tuscan Control while someone is in CoDCaster. If the game goes past several innings, the audience will be disconnected. and the game ends automatically. Happened twice”. In other words, even if a team doesn’t reach the three rounds needed to win, the game still gives them a win. Fans were annoyed with the situation, roughly saying that anyone who decided that Console Mode was broken should be considered for a third game mode needed to be “fired”.

Competitor James ‘Clayster’ Eubanks tweeted a video of a Control match on the Gavutu map and showed a perfect example of what Landon was referring to in his tweet. James commented in his tweet that the team was, “Leading 2-1 in Control, we have a defence, they’re just built differently. This will be the fastest round of control in history. .” In the video, the game is in spectator mode when an issue occurs that causes players to disconnect, which ends the round and wins the match seemingly fastest ever. The malfunction is an important problem for an official contest and concerned fans were expecting more of a comedy show than a serious game, marking this year’s contest as a “contest to go down in history”.

Unfortunately, Call of Duty: Vanguard crowned as the lowest-selling title in the FPS series, and with this fact comes uncertainty. Agree that no game is perfect and mistakes are common in shooters, Call of Duty: Vanguard has run into more problems than fans can handle since its debut. This includes a significant drop in the game’s Twitch viewership and could be why developer Activision is pushing for the franchise’s next title, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2to increase the serious shortfall in title sales.

With Activision received a lot of praise from its players and staff the later, it’s not good Call of Duty League fans and pros have been anticipating the upcoming pre-season. Hitherto, Call of Duty League has not responded to any concerns or announced plans to use a different game mode for the tournament.

Call of Duty: Vanguard currently available on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.

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The source: Dexerto

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