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.
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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
Warzone Pacific & Vanguard Season 2 officially delayed
Call of Duty: Vanguard and Warzone Pacific Season 2 has officially been delayed after devs share community update.
It seems the Call of Duty devs have got a lot on their plate at the moment, causing them to delay the release of Warzone Pacific & Vanguard Season 2.
Despite improvements and better communication from the devs when it comes to sharing what they’re working on, Season 2 has been officially delayed to give them more time to work on fixes.
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With all the crazy news coming out recently regarding Microsoft’s plans to purchase Activision, which includes Call of Duty, this probably won’t come as much of a shock to the community, especially given all the current performance issues.
While the devs recognize that they have “deployed a number of updates” recently to fix the issues, including a fix for the freezing Buy Station bug, they also recognize “that more needs to be done.”
The main reason for Season 2 of Warzone and Vanguard being delayed is in order for the devs to continue improving the gameplay experience. Many players will likely be happy that the season is being delayed, as another big update to the game might just cause even more issues and further frustration.
As more information is released regarding Season 2 of Vanguard and Warzone Pacific, we’ll be sure to cover it. For now, check out how much money Warzone makes.
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When is CoD: Vanguard Season 2? Season 1 end date, Zombies updates, more
Here’s everything we know about Vanguard’s Season 2 update, including the release date, content, and major Zombies updates.
Call of Duty: Vanguard’s next major content drop will arrive with Season 2, so so here’s everything about it including the start date, Zombies updates, and expected content.
Vanguard has carried on Call of Duty’s live service approach to content, bringing new maps, weapons, and Operators with seasonal updates. Season 1 has received its mid-season update, so players are looking forward to what’s arriving in Season 2.
Here’s everything we know about Vanguard Season 2, including its start date, expected content, and what Treyarch has in store for Zombies.
- Vanguard Season 1 end date
- Vanguard Season 2 release date & time
- What’s included in Vanguard Season 2?
- Vanguard Season 2 Zombies content
Vanguard Season 1 end date
Vanguard Season 1’s mid-season update is live, with the season set to end on February 14, 2022 after a delay was announced via the Call of Duty Twitter account.
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As of now, it remains to be seen if the delay will push the Season 1 Battle Pass expiry date to February 14 but we’ll be sure to update this section when we have more information.
Vanguard Season 2 release date & time
Following the announcement of a slight delay, Vanguard Season 2 is expected to begin on February 14 as opposed to February 1.
Significant Call of Duty updates usually arrive at 9 PM PT / 12 AM ET / 5 AM GMT, but Sledgehammer Games should provide an exact time nearer the date.
What’s included in Vanguard Season 2?
Sledgehammer Games haven’t announced everything they have in store for Season 2 yet, but we can take an educated guess based on previous seasons’ content.
- New weapons
- New Operators
- New & remastered maps
- New & returning game modes
- Themed-event with challenges & rewards
- Balance tweaks & bug fixes
- Zombies updates
This is all just speculation, but previous seasons have included this content in one form or another, so we expect Vanguard Season 2 to be no different.
But stay tuned to charlieINTEL, as Sledgehammer will release their roadmap in the coming weeks.
Vanguard Season 2 Zombies content
Vanguard’s Zombies mode has been slammed by the community for its lack of classic features, but developers Treyarch provided an update ahead of the mid-Season 1 update.
They revealed that they’ll finally bring the Main Quest Easter Egg in Season 2, add “multiple Wonder Weapons,” and bring players to “the Dark Aether itself in a completely original location crafted for Vanguard Zombies.”
Here’s everything Treyarch teased for Vanguard Zombies Season 2:
- New hub map
- Dark Aether-themed map
- Multiple Wonder Weapons
- New Dark Aether entity
- New enemy type
- New Objective gameplay
Also, Treyarch announced that the highly sought-after Pause Feature would arrive “soon,” perhaps in the Season 2 update.
Also, if you prefer battle royale to classic multiplayer, you can check out everything we know about Warzone’s Season 2 update.
Image Credit: Activision
How to fix Vanguard’s “right stick not working” glitch
Here’s how you can quickly fix the CoD: Vanguard glitch that causes the right stick to stop working on your controller.
A major Call of Duty: Vanguard glitch is causing the right stick to completely stop working mid-game for controller players, but thankfully, there is a way you can quickly fix it.
Vanguard players have had to deal with their fair share of bugs and glitches. These all have different effects on the game, such as making the High Alert perk stronger despite receiving a nerf, or letting players levitate.
Now, players that use controllers are encountering a new issue that causes the right stick to stop working. This leaves them with nothing to do but to keep running straight ahead, putting them at a serious disadvantage with no ability to aim.
Here’s how you can get around this Vanguard glitch.
Vanguard’s “right stick not working” glitch
The right stick glitch occurs when CoD: Vanguard automatically changes your input settings from controller to mouse and keyboard. This causes your controller to disconnect mid-game.
Once the controller reconnects, the right stick stops working entirely. This prevents you from looking around and aiming. Instead, all you’ll be able to do is keep running forward and shooting.
How to fix Vanguard’s “right stick not working” glitch
The first way to get around this glitch is to hit right on your controller’s D-pad. This button helps the game detect that the player is using a controller to play instead of a mouse and keyboard.
If this doesn’t work, then there are other methods that you can try out. Some players have reported that the right stick issue gets fixed after getting killed. This can ruin the match, but you’ll regain control of your Operator.
The final method that you can try out is to turn off the game altogether. Booting CoD: Vanguard back up will cause your controller to function properly again. You should also make sure that your controller is fully charged.
For more Vanguard, check out how to turn off crossplay in Vanguard & Warzone Pacific and how Vanguard players want a simple QoL change to improve the HUD.
Image Credit: Sledgehammer Games
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