Call of Duty: Vanguard’s Secrets of the Pacific event suspended due to crashes


The Call of Duty: Vanguard Secrets of the Pacific event, half of a crossover with Call of Duty: Warzone meant to gear gamers up for the launch of the new Caldera battle royale map in Warzone and the begin of the new season one, has been placed on pause whereas the builders determine the supply of widespread crashes in the FPS game.

Secrets of the Pacific went stay at present, however rapidly bumped into hassle. Vanguard gamers reported crashes kicking them out to the dwelling display. Some reported that the crash seems to occur when somebody makes use of the assault canine killstreak in multiplayer, however thus far Sledgehammer hasn’t confirmed that is the supply of the bug. Other gamers have mentioned the crash occurs at random instances, even when the assault canine killstreak isn’t lively.

Whatever the case, the developer has disabled the Secrets of the Pacific event, however have mentioned that any challenges you’ve already accomplished in the transient time it was obtainable will probably be unaffected – you’ll hold any progress you made when the event returns.

The problem solely seems to be affecting Vanguard, so Warzone gamers shouldn’t have to fear about this crash.

Activision Blizzard is going through a lawsuit filed in July by the state of California (since expanded for QA and customer support contractors) alleging years of discrimination and harassment. Since then, CEO Bobby Kotick has known as the firm’s preliminary response “tone deaf”, workers have staged a walkout, Blizzard president J Allen Brack has left, and the ABK Workers Alliance has demanded change at the firm. The lawsuit is ongoing; comply with the newest developments right here.

In September, an company of the US federal authorities opened an investigation into Activision Blizzard’s response to sexual misconduct and discrimination complaints from its workers, as half of which Kotick has reportedly been subpoenaed. The firm can be going through a separate unfair labour observe go well with alleging “worker intimidation and union busting” filed by a staff’ union, additionally in September. In one other, separate growth, Activision Blizzard reached an settlement with the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission “to settle claims and to further strengthen policies and programs to prevent harassment and discrimination”. In a subsequent letter to workers, the firm has introduced an finish to pressured arbitration, a $250 million initiative to enhance variety, and a significant pay minimize for Kotick.

A brand new report revealed this November now alleges Bobby Kotick knew about and suppressed reviews of sexual misconduct. Kotick has responded with an official assertion saying the Wall Street Journal’s article “paints an inaccurate and misleading view of our company, of me personally, and my leadership.” In reply, Activision Blizzard’s board of administrators declared it “remains confident” in Kotick’s management.