Vanguard Players Request Devs to Keep Map Voting in Final Release

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Call of Duty: Vanguard will be releasing on November 5 and the fans are already suggesting features they wish to see in the final release. Vanguard's gameplay and features have been branded similar to 2019's Modern Warfare due to both titles using the IW8 engine.

The Champion Hill Alpha was the very first time players from the community got a chance to test the game and give feedback to Sledgehammer Games on multiple elements of the game. Reddit user, 'Trashboat77' has recently expressed their concerns about whether map voting will be included in the final game.


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Call of Duty: Vanguard Map Voting

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The post focused on how Vanguard and Modern Warfare's share a lot of similarities but many were not in favour of map voting not featuring in multiplayer. They also stated, "It SUCKED to just get tossed into a s***ty map you hate with the already restrictive SBMM on top of it."

Black Ops Cold War brought back the map voting system that had featured in previous titles, much to their approval. Other users supported the sentiment of this particular post and suggested that Call of Duty developers changes way far too many things in most updates rather than keeping the changes simple and appealing to as many players as possible.

The worldwide multiplayer reveal for Vanguard takes place on September 7th where a wealth of information surrounding Call of Duty's most popular mode will be unveiled. Will map voting make an appearance? We will have to wait and see.

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