Call of Duty: Warzone Special Briefing, Vanguard Ranked Play Arrives February 17th
Launching on February 14th, Season Two of Call of Duty: Vanguard and Warzone will include more than 30 quality of life improvements, changes that will allow Warzone be more accessible and less frustrating for the community. Examples of this include:
- Improvements in all forms of movement: vehicle handling, parachutes deploying at a lower vertical height, increased player mantle height, and collision fixes for both vehicles and players.
- The Gas Mask animation no longer interrupting Operators who aim down sights.
- When inserting Armor Plates, it refills a full plate of armor before filling damaged ones.
- Performance and streaming issues, including Buy Station freezes, voice chat connectivity, and distorted graphics, across all platforms.
- Specific Operator skins being invisible at certain distances.
- Blockages to Modern Warfare Multiplayer, which is tied to Warzone’s launcher.
Additionally, the Call of Duty team shared a peek into what players can look forward to in 2022.
- This year’s Call of Duty is a sequel to Modern Warfare 2019.
- The new game and a new Warzone experience are designed together from the ground-up.
- Expect an evolution of Battle Royale with all-new playspace and a new sandbox mode.
- A new engine powers both the new Call of Duty game release and Warzone.
- Development on both the new Call of Duty and the Warzone experience is being led by Infinity Ward.
For more information, head to the Call of Duty blog post. Additionally, the Ranked Play Beta is officially coming to Call of Duty: Vanguard on February 17th. The Call of Duty League blog has all the details players will need to start their journeys up the ranks.