Activision has delayed the arrival of the second season of Call of Duty Vanguard and Warz1.
This has been announced in a post on the official blog today, where the publisher explained that the season was delayed exactly two weeks, and its release date will be next February 14.
Right now, our community is having problems in Call of Duty: Vanguard, War zone Pacific, and Modern Warfare, Activision explained. We understand your frustrations and listen to you.
The delay does not only arrive at a time when Activision is at the point of sight after the purchase by Microsoft, and while the testing team in Raven Software is on strike for its working conditions after a wave of layoffs.
It is not the only delay of content of Call of Duty in recent weeks; War zone’s latest maps, published last November, were also delayed in the midst of a new controversy of work harassment.
As explained by Activision, they will use the additional development time to launch patches that optimize the game and balance certain aspects that are not satisfying users both in Vanguard and War zone Pacific, Black Ops Cold War, and Modern Warfare.