Call of Duty: Activision asks for the mistakes and announce a delay for season 2
While the purchase of Activision Blizzard by Microsoft has been the great news of the industry, the games within this company are not misfortune the good new one of this event. And it is that the Call of Duty franchise is going through a critical moment after the resounding exit of Cod: Vanguard and the numerous fault found at Warz1 Battle Royale. It has been so disastrous these last weeks that the developer himself has decided postpone the beginning of season 2 of his games until next February 14 to try to improve the experience of the current titles of the franchise.
The Own American developer has commented on the current situation of the game and their respective apologies about the delay: To date, We have implemented a series of updates , but you have to do more. For this reason, we have decided to postpone the beginning of the season two of War zone Pacific and Vanguard (…) We will use this additional development time to offer updates, including optimizations of the game, the balance of the items (including equipment and weapons), for correct Stability and game errors , and to guarantee a general polishing level to improve the experience of players in Vanguard, War zone Pacific, Black Ops Cold War and Modern Warfare.
From Raven itself, have ensured that upcoming implementations will address several concerns raised by the community and other quality improvements. The adjustment of the main game, the mechanics and balance is a continuous and important effort. The corrections will apply to all available platforms (two generations of consoles and PCs), as well as the gameplay in general in the five systems. Recall that season 2 was planned on its start on February 2, but have decided to delay 12 days the original date.