Activision have announced that Call of Duty Vanguard and Warzone Pacific Season 2 will be delayed by two weeks to fix bugs and game stability.
Call of Duty Vanguard and Warzone Season 2 which was expected to launch in just over a week will be delayed to mid-February 2022, Activision announced via a blog post.
The reason for the delay lies in bugs and poor performance. In order to have a satisfying experience, the development teams that work on Warzone and Vanguard will need more time to polish gameplay and fix some of the issues that surfaced recently.
Here's the message from Call of Duty devs:
"Our priority is your gameplay experience. We've rescheduled the start of Season Two across Warzone and Vanguard to February 14, 2022. We will use this added time across development to fix game stability as well as bugs, to ensure an overall level of polish for players, and to deliver updates including optimisations to gameplay and game balance."
The dev team also say that adjusting the core gameplay loop, mechanics, and balance is continuing to be an important focus for them.
Interestingly, Call of Duty devs say they will be more transparent regarding Call of Duty's state of play moving forward. You can expect to get more blog posts where the teams will offer detailed communication updates which is always welcomed.