Activision Blizzard has delayed the release of season one for Call of Duty: Vanguard as well as Warzone’s new Pacific map, Caldera.
In a tweet, the publisher confirmed that Vanguard’s first season has been pushed back a week, along with Warzone’s upcoming new map. Both will now release on December 8, for which Vanguard players will have a “24-hour special first play” to play Warzone’s new map from that date. Open Access for all Warzone players is scheduled to go live on December 9th.
“Vanguard owners will have a 24-hour special first play access to the Caldera map. Open Access will begin December 9th,” the company explained in a tweet.
Update: Season 1 of #Vanguard and Warzone Pacific will now release on December 8th. Vanguard owners will have 24-hour exclusive first play access to the Caldera map. Open Access will start on December 9th. pic.twitter.com/GnnYCp6g75November 19, 2021
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“Enough of Call of Duty: Vanguard to make it one of the better recent installments – with Modern Warfare and better than the Cold War,” we said. GamesRadar+ Call of Duty: Vanguard Review,
“The story starts off slow and its short character-centric framing may not be for everyone, but the levels are all great short stories in their own right and do a good job of making you like the characters.
“The final levels tie it all together in a pretty clever way as the gameplay moves you from one to the next depending on the need. And, with single-player, the multiplayer feels like something I’d happily do.” I’ll settle for the round one evening for some time to come. I need some time to think about where it sits in the COD rankings but right now it’s too much for me.”
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