Vanguard update weapon tweaks and pack fixes

If you have played Call of Duty: Vanguard Recently, you are more likely to encounter some gameplay problems. Recent Activision shared a statement promises to fix the game, as well as Warzone Pacific and Modern war 2019. Since then, the developers have kept their promise by rolling out numerous patches. Only three days after a patch fix bugs in the campaign, someone else has come. The latest Vanguard update continued to fix bugs in multiplayer including weapons and packs.

The first adjustment was made to the Panzerfaust rocket launcher. The weapon has been buffed to make it more effective against enemy Spy Planes and Spy Planes. Also, splash damage kills now count towards ranged shots, which should help if you’re unlocking camos. A bug with the Welgun submachine gun that caused two attachments to overwork has been fixed. Though, the Welgun still a heavyweight in Vanguard multiplayer modes.

Than Vanguard Weapon and pack bugs are being resolved

There are more changes and fixes, some of which target a few packs in the game. The Attack the giant Highlights MVP Ultrahard Steel no longer shows incorrect animations in preview. If you own the Demo Kit Type 100 blueprint from the Enjoy the Retreat package, then your visibility will no longer be blocked when aiming your sight down using the 3-6x scope. Finally, the silent planting option now works in Private Search and Destroy matches.

Sledgehammer can be seen rolling out regular updates to combat bugs in Vanguard Multiplayer. After all, Part Two of Vanguard and Warzone Pacific has been postponed conducive to improving the state of the game. We will expect more updates to roll out in the near future. To keep track of the bugs and glitches the developers are working on, you can visit Vanguard Trello board.

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