Call of Duty Vanguard’s Open Beta has uncovered a number of issues such as poor visibility and quiet audio, however, the game’s developer has vowed to address these problems.
Whilst players have been getting stuck into the Vanguard Beta, there has been some criticism for the upcoming Call of Duty game.
Not only is the Vanguard Beta unplayable on PS4, with huge blur issues, but alongside this Beta participants are now reporting poor visibility and ridiculously quiet audio.
Whilst an Open Beta is designed to flag up these kinds of problems, there are concerns about how much can be fixed in the run-up to the game’s release.
Lately, we have heard complaints about Vanguard’s Red Star map visibility in particular. As a result, players are demanding some major improvements to the game.
Alongside poor visibility, players are also reporting that the Vanguard Beta Audio is too quiet. Arguably, this is the game’s biggest issue right now.
Similarly, there is Vanguard’s new announcer, Butcher, who Call of Duty fans already hate. To put it simply, Vanguard needs a bit of fine-tuning before its release next month. Fortunately, the developer has pledged to address these issues.
Vanguard Visibility & Audio Issues to be Fixed
Sledgehammer Games has put out a statement claiming that they are aware of the current issues in the Vanguard Beta.
Whilst we already have the best settings for the Call of Duty Vanguard Beta, which should help somewhat, it’s clear that Sledgehammer needs to do more to polish the game.
Now, the studio is set to implement some changes before the next Call of Duty Vanguard Beta window. In a recent tweet they made the following claim:
These fixes will likely alleviate a lot of stress that fans are currently facing. Although there are still plenty of other issues that need addressing too, such as Vanguard Beta SBMM already being a problem for players.
Alongside this, many believe that Vanguard’s new Suppression mechanic is already broken. Despite these glaring worries, people for the most part are enjoying a fresh new COD experience.
However, it remains to be seen whether these rough patches can be ironed out before the game’s release. In the meantime check out the change to the Dead Silence Field Upgrade in Vanguard.