Angry Warzone players have called out developers Raven to make the temporary removal of fighter and bomber planes in Vanguard Royale permanent, claiming the game is much better without them.
Ever since Caldera was released in late 2021, Vanguard Royale has been the main mode for Warzone players. Up to 150 players are thrown into the Pacific setting, omitting the weaponry of Modern Warfare and Black Ops Cold War.
The mode has also seen the implementation of fighter and bomber aircraft following the launch of Season 2 on February 14th. In early March, more changes were made to Vanguard Royale, increasing health by 50 points and adding UAVs back to Buy Stations.
These changes have proved popular – but not as popular as the removal of fighter and bomber aircraft, which also happened on March 4th.
Both aircraft have been removed due to crash issues, and many players seem to prefer the battle royale without the aerial threats.
A Reddit post by a Warzone player ‘Nintendo_Pro_03’He told Raven to take her out of mode for good, saying, “Fine. Raven, please do not add these vehicles back to Vanguard Royale.”
Attached was an image of Raven’s announcement that the planes will be temporarily removed from Vanguard Royale.
The sentiment also proved incredibly popular on Reddit, with many players repeating the claim that they should be left out forever.
At the time of writing, the post has over 500 upvotes and many players have responded with similar comments.
A said: “Hopefully this problem will remain until the end of time and they will never be added again.” Other commented, “The bug we all needed and deserved.” Of course, some players disagreed and suggested that planes would enhance the Warzone experience.
Regardless of what fans think, we can still assume Raven will add them back once the issues are identified and fixed.
https://www.dexerto.com/call-of-duty/warzone-players-call-on-devs-to-make-removal-of-planes-from-vanguard-royale-permanent-1776781/ Warzone players are urging developers to make Vanguard Royale plane removal permanent