Call of Duty Vanguard Secrets of the Pacific Event Delayed, Blizzard DDOS Confirmed

Recent articles

Call of Duty Vanguard Event Delayed (Image: ACTIVISION)

Widespread crashes have resulted in this week’s Vanguard Secrets of the Pacific event being taken offline.

The good news is that this will only happen for a short period of time until the development team can figure out what’s causing the problem.

A message from Sledgehammer Games explains: “We are investigating widespread crash issues in #Vanguard. Stay tuned.

“We are disabling the Secrets of the Pacific event in #Vanguard as we squash this bug.”

This happens at the same time Blizzard confirms that an ongoing DDOS attack is affecting Battle.Net.

“We are currently dealing with a DDoS attack, which could lead to high latency and disconnections for some players. We are actively working to reduce this problem.”

It’s unclear how long these issues should last, but reports of issues are decreasing and this could mean everything will be back online very soon.

This week’s event is set up to tease the launch of the new Call of Duty Warzone Caldera map, complete with new sights and weapons.

The new Call of Duty Warzone map will be available December 8, or December 9 if you don’t own a copy of Vanguard.

As part of the Warzone event, players can discover new information on the upcoming Caldera map.

“As we prepare for the end of Verdansk, get ready to discover more about the mysterious Caldera map by unearthing Secrets of the Pacific,” reads an Activision post.

Developed by Beenox, this limited-time event will give you vital information about Caldera and its various landmarks ahead of its December launch, but only if you complete challenges in Vanguard and Warzone.

“Each game has its own set of tasks and rewards for completing it, such as acquiring and protecting Pacific artifacts as you fight for survival in Verdansk.”

Check all Gaming News here: Gaming Ideology

Source

Denial of Responsibility for the Content
Gaming Ideology is a News Source that collects News from different Media Agencies and acts as a News Aggregator. The content you find on our website is freely available on the Internet. We clearly mention the Content Source hyperlinked to its original source. We arrange that content in our platform for our readers for Educational purposes only. All Copyrights & Trademarks belong to their Owners/Authors.

For Content Owners: To remove your content from our website, please contact us by emailing us at: [email protected] and we will remove that content from our website.

Leave a Reply