Call of Duty Vanguard August 11 Update Fixes Multiplayer and Zombies-Related Bugs

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Call of Duty Vanguard, the latest entry in the long-running franchise, received some love from the developer. Sledgehammer Games recently released a small patch that brought several bug fixes and improvements for both Multiplayer and Zombies modes. Don’t expect any new content though.

The patch has addressed the issue DEV ERROR 10308 in the USS Texas 1945 map. The progression bug where Seasonal Challenges will be marked as complete even if requirements aren’t met is resolved. From now on, Challenges will no longer be shown as completed if they are not yet achieved.

Thanks to the patch, players can no longer use unintended Attachment combinations, effectively fixing the exploit.

You can read the complete patch notes below.

MULTIPLAYER
Maps
  • USS Texas 1945
    • Addressed an issue that caused DEV ERROR 10308 to occur.
Progression
  • Seasonal Challenges will no longer be marked as complete if the requirements are unmet.
Weapons
  • Addressed an exploit that allowed players to achieve unintended Attachment combinations.
ZOMBIES
Weapons 
  • Vargo-S
    • Addressed an issue that prevented the Survivalist camouflage challenge from tracking when using specific magazine attachments.
  • Push Dagger
    • Addressed an issue that prevented the Plague Diamond and Dark Aether camouflage and challenge requirements from being visible in the loadout menu.
Stability
  • Addressed a rare issue where players could become stuck in spectator mode when joining a match in progress as the joined player leaves.

The patch notes are mentioned on the official Sledgehammer Games website as well.

Call of Duty Vanguard is the latest entry COD to be released. The game was launched in November 2021 on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. PC players can only purchase the game using Battle.net.

The next entry in the series, Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2, has already been revealed, and it won’t be exclusive to Battle.Net. You can also purchase the game on Steam.

So what do you think? Are you interested in any of these changes? Have you been playing Call of Duty Vanguard recently? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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