According to Blizzard DDOS, the Call of Duty Vanguard Secrets of the Pacific event has been postponed.
The Secrets of the Pacific event in Call of Duty Vanguard has been suspended by SLEDGEHAMMER Games.
The Vanguard Secrets of the Pacific event this week has been canceled due to widespread crashes.
The good news is that this will only last a short time as the development team determines what is causing the problem.
“We’re investigating widespread crashing issues in (hashtag)Vanguard,” Sledgehammer Games said in a statement. Keep an eye out for updates.
“While we fix this bug, we’re turning off the Secrets of the Pacific event in (hashtag)Vanguard.”
This is happening at the same time that Blizzard has confirmed that Battle.Net is under a DDOS attack.
“A DDoS attack is now underway, which may cause excessive latency and disconnections for some players.” We’re working hard to solve this problem.” It’s uncertain how long these troubles will persist, but reports of issues are decreasing, suggesting that everything will be back online fairly soon.
The event this week is meant to advertise the release of the new Call of Duty Warzone Caldera map, which includes new sites of interest and weapons.
If you don’t own a copy of Vanguard, the new Call of Duty Warzone map will be accessible on December 8, or December 9 if you don’t.
Players may learn more about the upcoming Caldera map as part of the Warzone event.
“As we prepare for the end of Verdansk, dig into Secrets of the Pacific to learn more about the enigmatic Caldera map,” says an Activision post.
“This Beenox-created limited-time event will provide you with crucial information on Caldera and its different sites of interest ahead of its December premiere, but only if you accomplish tasks across Vanguard and Warzone.”
“Each game will have its own set of objectives and rewards for fulfilling them, such as collecting and protecting Pacific artifacts while trying to stay alive in Verdansk.”