Sledgehammer Games continues to squash bugs plaguing Call of Duty: Vanguard. The patch notes for Vanguard’s November 18 update address more issues, including the Search and Destroy mode bomb glitch. The developer also nerfed the game’s wildly overpowered shotguns.
Since launch, a bomb glitch in the Search and Destroy mode made it all too easy for the attacking team to get information on their defensive opponents. Once a player on the attacking team planted the bomb, extra intel was given to show when a player on the defensive team was defusing. Thankfully, the November 18 update has removed the defusal glitch for the offensive team.
A few changes also hit Vanguard’s weapon pool. The update brings a nerf to all weapons in the shotgun class, including adjustments affecting range, pellet spread, hip fire penalty, and more. The bloom mechanic was also adjusted on all of Vanguard’s weapons to reduce the effects of ADS spread (bloom) on base guns without attachments.
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