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Call Of Duty fans are unhappy. Again. So far it seems that the upcoming World War II shooter Call Of Duty: Vanguard has failed to impress, with many in the community quick to criticise almost every aspect of the upcoming game.
Earlier this week, a gameplay debut left fans decidedly apathetic. While there were those who had a lot of love for the game's undeniably impressive visuals, others argued Vanguard is nothing more than Modern Warfare with a WWII skin. The proof of the pudding is in the eating, of course, but Call Of Duty fans are an opinionated bunch. To be fair, that's probably because they'll be playing Vanguard whether they like it or not.
Take a look at Call Of Duty: Vanguard in action below:
Fresh from complaining about the gameplay trailer, fans are now actively furiously at a leaked perk for the game that might well completely change the entire experience for the worse.
Vanguard will include a perk called "Radar" that will cause enemies to show up on the mini-map if they fire an unsilenced weapon. Longtime fans of the franchise will know that players making noise would previously have showed up on the mini-map regardless, leading fans to question why this longtime feature is now being locked behind a perk.
Here's a look at the Perks in Vanguard Beta.
NOTE: Perk 2 features the "Radar" Perk - which makes the minimap operate like the past with red dots for weapon fire. Yes, it's a perk.. pic.twitter.com/JsgJAmGsvd
- CharlieIntel (@charlieINTEL) September 7, 2021
"You need to use a perk just to have the normal mini-map," one fan summarised, clearly unimpressed.
"Why is it that in almost every new call of duty nowadays they either drastically change or remove a feature that didn't need to be changed and no one wanted changed?" asked another.
"In my opinion, this is a terrible idea," streamer KRNG ProReborn said of the feature. "It's going to be the most popular perk in the game for obvious reasons. If it ain't broke, don't fix it. COD has been on top for 10-plus years. Just don't understand why we need to stray away further from some of the key parts of its identity."
Call Of Duty: Vanguard will release November 5.
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