It had been a few days since surprise guests had appeared in Call of Duty Vanguard and Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific, and we are obviously talking about the annoying Krampus and the goblin.
While the Christmas event was supposed to be a party bringing some novelties and a new fresh air, they spoiled the festivities a bit, and more particularly the Krampus. The beast was indeed available in Vanguard’s multiplayer but also in the Battle Royal, and its purpose was to hunt down a random player or players, and kill them. However, the Krampus were a little too present and it was sometimes difficult to play taking into account their attacks but also those of other players.
The Battle Royal community has expressed its displeasure on social media, and Raven Software had therefore corrected the shooting a little by making it appear less often in Warzone Pacifc.
From now on, the Krampus is ancient history !
Warzone Pacific and Vanguard say goodbye to the Krampus
As both games heralded the end of the event Festivities for this Tuesday January 4 at 7 p.m. French time, rumors coming from the most reliable informants of Call of Duty, and even of the Battle Royale Trello, suggested that the Krampus and its Gestivities were to leave the two titles only on January 5.
After this funny announcement on social networks, the players quickly expressed their dissatisfaction.
However, it was really just a rumor! At 7 p.m. sharp, Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific and Call of Duty Vanguard have cleared their way by removing the Christmas event altogether.
From now on, you can therefore enjoy serenely new Vanguard multiplayer maps without getting caught by that Krampus, and also enjoying Caldera as it should be. Please note, Christmas decorations and trees are no longer available at all in the Battle Royale but also in the special Holiday Shipment card.
Finally, this week we should take advantage ofa new update for the title of Sledgehammer Games which will focus on one of the important points the studio listed earlier on social media.
Definitely, nothing is going with Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific since the release of season 1 of Vanguard and the Battle Royale. In addition to the sound and texture bugs, it is now the turn of a skin to make its own to the great misfortune of the players.