Call Of Duty: Vanguard’s First Season And The Warzone Pacific Update Have Been Delayed

Activi­sion has announced that Sea­son 1 for Call of Duty: Van­guard, as well as the launch of War­zone Pacif­ic, has been delayed. Sea­son 1 and War­zone Pacif­ic will now release on Decem­ber 8th (instead of Decem­ber 1st), which just so hap­pens to be the same day that Halo Infi­nite launches.

Every­one who own Van­guard will still get a 24-hour head­start to on War­zone’s new Caldera map. This delay means the Last Days of Ver­dan­sk event for War­zone has also been extend­ed to Decem­ber 8th. Those who don’t own Van­guard will be able to try out Caldera on Decem­ber 9th.

Sea­son 1 for Van­guard includes a bunch of new con­tent, like maps and modes for mul­ti­play­er, along­side new Zom­bies content.

War­zone Pacif­ic will be bring­ing mas­sive changes to the bat­tle royale title. It’s com­plete­ly chang­ing the map, tak­ing play­ers back to WWII on a nice sun­ny beach with all-new points of interest.

Activi­sion did not give a rea­son for the delay, but it coin­cides with The Wall Street Jour­nal’s pub­li­ca­tion of a report about Activi­sion Bliz­zard CEO Bob­by Kotick know­ing about the sex­u­al harassment–and cov­er­ing it up. In response to this shock­ing news, hun­dreds of devel­op­ers walked out in protest, with a large amount of employ­ees call­ing for Kotick to resign.

A Call of Duty stu­dio boss, Dan Bunting from Tre­yarch, left the stu­dio fol­low­ing WSJ’s inves­ti­ga­tion into Activi­sion Bliz­zard’s com­pa­ny culture.

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