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Call of Duty teases new anti-cheat information for Warzone & Vanguard on October 13

Call of Duty has teased the upcoming Warzone and Vanguard anti-cheat, and it could be implemented much sooner than you think.

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The long-awaited anti-cheat for Call of Duty: Warzone and Vanguard has been teased, and it might even be here sooner than expected.

CoD: Warzone has been plagued with cheaters and hackers for months. So much so that some of the internet’s largest streamers have abandoned the game. This is mainly due to Warzone’s lack of anti-cheat programming.

The cheaters even managed to make their way into the CoD: Vanguard beta. Again, no anti-cheat was there to stop them. Activision has banned players in waves, but that’s only a temporary solution.

However, CoD promised to implement an anti-cheat when it announced Vanguard. We do know Warzone and Vanguard will implement the anti-cheat this year, alongside a new Warzone Pacific map.

Yet, Activision hasn’t announced a specific time or release date window, but a new tease from the franchise promises more information on the anti-cheat will arrive on October 13, 2021.

Call of Duty: Warzone and Vanguard Anti-Cheat teased

Today, the Call of Duty Twitter had a special message to share with cheaters. The tweet was accompanied by an image that read as follows:

“Dear Cheaters, we love games. It’s our passion. We’re honored to make games for the greatest fans in the world. We don’t always get it right, but we’re committed to doing our best.

Cheating ruined the fun for everyone. No one likes a cheater. Our goal is to deliver a fun and fair gaming experience for our developers. For our fans. And most importantly… for Call of Duty Players everywhere.

Cheaters aren’t welcome. There’s no tolerance for cheaters, and soon you’ll know what we mean.”

Call of Duty captioned the tweet, “See you tomorrow.” This could mean that Call of Duty will give an update on the status of the impending anti-cheat. Optimistically, it could mean that the Call of Duty community is getting the Warzone anti-cheat tomorrow.

Regardless, any news about the Warzone and Vanguard anti-cheat is essential. The next generation of Call of Duty is about to begin, and it needs to start without hackers.

There is no doubt that players will be having their attention geared towards whatever the Call of Duty franchise is planning to share regarding the new Warzone and Vanguard anti-cheat system.

We can expect to see some anti-cheat news tomorrow. For more Warzone, check out this loadout inspired by Squid Game, and stay tuned for more news and guides.

Image Credits: Activision / Sledgehammer Games

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Vanguard Zombies players extremely disappointed with lack of Season 1 content

Fans of the popular Zombies game mode are furious with the underwhelming additions coming to Vanguard in Season 1.

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Time and time again Zombies players feel as though their favorite game mode is receiving the short end of the stick. The lack of planned content announced for Season 1 has left them feeling disappointed.

The Call of Duty devs released a ton of information on what players should expect with the launch of Vanguard Season 1 and Warzone: Pacific Caldera. To the dismay of Zombies players, little to no information concerning the game mode was included in the report.

Given the size of the announcement Zombies players were bewildered at not getting new information. They feel that the tendency to ignore the Zombies game mode is becoming somewhat of a recurring theme.

Vanguard Zombies Season 1 content

While the Call of Duty blog post detailed several new additions coming to Vanguard and Warzone, it mentions practically nothing about Zombies. There are one or two tidbits across the blog post that promise “Zombies content” without ever going into detail on what that might entail.

With how disappointed Zombies players were at Vanguard’s launch, some red flags have appeared from the blog post. They had high hopes of receiving major content in Season 1 given how hollow Zombies has been. Many believe the silence regarding Zombies is a very bad thing.

With no new information to digest, Zombies players have to rely on previously announced content to give them comfort. The devs have already promised a dedicated pause feature, the addition of scorestreaks, 1-2 objectives, and new covenants.

Receiving these minor additions in Season 1 is hardly going to satisfy the Zombies community. This is especially true considering Zombies players felt like they required some of these features at launch.

Players have even started mocking the Vanguard Zombies content by comparing it with Black Ops 3’s superior Zombies experience.

With Season 1 not likely to improve the Zombies experience in Vanguard, players will have to hope that Season 2 and beyond will be kinder to them.


For more news on all Vanguard game modes including Zombies, Multiplayer, and Warzone, stay tuned to CharlieINTEL.

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Vanguard players demand fix to ‘game-breaking’ Dead Drop glitch

Call of Duty: Vanguard players are sick of the ‘game-breaking’ Dead Drop glitch, and are begging to devs to fix it quickly.

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Call of Duty: Vanguard’s Dead Drop glitch allows players to keep deploying high Killstreaks, and frustrated players are calling for the ‘game-breaking’ exploit to be removed.

Vanguard has been praised as one of the smoothest CoD launches ever, but a few bugs and glitches have got in the way. The Combat Pacing filter still doesn’t work properly and a player’s dog even turned on them. However, it’s the Dead Drop glitch that has players most frustrated.

This allows players to maintain their high killstreak after dying, causing games to be plagued with Attack Dogs and Bombing Runs. Fed-up players are demanding that Sledgehammer Games fix the issue as soon as possible.

Dead Drop is a Field Upgrade in Vanguard that allows players to maintain their Killstreak after dying. However, it’s not working as intended, with players being able to repeatedly call in the same streak.

The Call of Duty: Vanguard subreddit has been chock-full of players calling out the devs for the Dead Drop glitch still being in the game.

One post was particularly critical, saying that “it’s ruining the game.” The OP claims that the Dead Drop glitch “happens every other game” even though “the problem has been known about for weeks.”

Another user acknowledged that the devs have been on holiday, but said that the “Dead Drop bug is game breaking” and that Sledgehammer “should have addressed this by now.” They also brought up that there’s no mention of it on the official Trello board of known bugs and issues.

With the community complaining about the glitch so widely, it’s likely that it’s on Sledgehammer Games’ radar They were quick to patch out the unlimited armor glitch, so there should be a fix incoming.

There’s no guarantee when it will be fixed, but Season 1 launches on December 8, which will bring a host of changes to the Vanguard. Be sure to stay tuned to CharlieINTEL for the full patch notes.


And for more Vanguard, you can check out the leaks that suggest Infected and other classic modes will be arriving soon.

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Vanguard devs tease classic “fan-favorite” map to arrive in Season 1

Vanguard Season 1 is set to launch on December 8 and fans are eager to discover which fan-favourite map is joining Vanguard.

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With Vanguard Season 1 right around the corner, more news has surfaced including the arrival of two new maps. 

December 8 is fast approaching and Vanguard players just received an enormous amount of information regarding Season 1. The devs confirmed the introduction of two free weapons, a new Operator, Multiplayer modes, and most importantly two maps.

The bevy of new content is sure to excite Vanguard players everywhere. However, the one piece of information that is generating the most excitement is the inclusion of a yet to be revealed fan-favorite map

Which maps are coming to Vanguard Season 1?

Vanguard launched with a whopping 16 Multiplayer maps and 4 Champion Hill maps for a total of 20 maps. Considering Sledgehammer spoiled Vanguard players with several maps at launch, some may be surprised to see we’re getting two new maps so soon.

Ultimately, receiving new maps is a great thing for the Vanguard community. It helps keep the Multiplayer experience feeling fresh. The Call of Duty devs promised that one of the two new maps is “a Pacific-inspired take on a fan-favorite classic Call of Duty map.”

This statement has led many to speculate which map is going to make a return. The quote is leading players to believe that an iconic map is going to get a Pacific-themed revamp, much like Vanguard’s iteration of Shipment.

Vanguard players are already beginning to imagine what their favorite map would look like in Vanguard. The most popular guesses seem to be Terminal, Rust, Nuketown, and Shoot House. Considering how highly regarded each of these maps are, Vanguard players would be lucky to receive even one of them. 

When more details involving the two maps are revealed, check back in for an update. In the meantime, CharlieINTEL has got you covered for Season 1’s December 8 launch. 

Image Credits: Activision / Sledgehammer Games

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