Shroud lashes out at Call of Duty Vanguard: shooting and poor audio?

Less than two months after the official launch, Activision and Sledgehammer Games have offered all their players the opportunity to try Call of Duty Vanguard thanks to an Open Beta, which even received an extension of its duration yesterday evening. of two days.

The new chapter of one of the most famous series on the planet has therefore ended up under the severe magnifying glass of players, the press and content creators. Among the latter, the famous Michael ‘shroud’ Grzesiek, former professional player of Counter Strike Global Offensive, recognized as one of the strongest FPS players on the planet, made his voice heard.

Shroud, who is obviously not the last to arrive, had a lot to say about the current build of Call of Duty Vanguard, which he considered excessively crude and backward. Although he expected some smudges – after all, development is not yet finished and the Betas are just to facilitate the refinement – the content creator could not hide his disappointment due to some flaws that, less than two months after launch, they shouldn’t. be there.

“The audio is freaking me out. It sounds very crude to me. I know this is a Beta, but this is really bad,” he said as he streamed. When a viewer asked him about what is wrong, Shroud added: “The audio does not exist, the shooting of the weapons sounds bad, the hitmarkers and their sounds are poor, the sparks fly everywhere, it seems to shoot. explosive bullets. I’m sure these are Beta things that can be fixed, but the impression is that this is a very preliminary build. But shouldn’t this game be out anytime soon? “

Shroud is not the first content creator to complain about Vanguard, as Karma has also spent some unsavory words, calling it “even more broken than Modern Warfare”. Are you playing with it? What do you think of the Call of Duty Vanguard Beta? The release, remember, is scheduled for November 5, 2021 on PS4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S and PC.