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Now that Call of Duty: Vanguard‘s PlayStation-exclusive Champion Hill alpha has concluded, Sledgehammer Games has promised to fix the game’s quite a few visibility points.

The developer will present extra particulars about participant suggestions and the steps it’s taking to handle considerations someday later this week. In the meantime, right here’s a small listing of points it plans to repair:

  • Visibility when broken
  • Spawn tuning
  • Map visibility
  • Audio combine tuning
  • Name plate visibility points
  • Aim help by way of destructible partitions

Absent from this listing is enemy/participant visibility, which many complained about over the weekend. However, a definitive listing of fixes shall be shared in the end so right here’s hoping.

Call of Duty: Vanguard will launch on November fifth. A beta will happen in September.