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‘Call Of Duty: Vanguard’ Players, Content Creators Call Out Devs For Adding Bloom

‘Call Of Duty: Vanguard’ Players, Content Creators Call Out Devs For Adding Bloom

There is no doubt that “Call of Duty: Vanguard” is another awesome addition to the “CoD” franchise. However, its player base and other notable content creators have called out its developer – Sledgehammer Games – since they have reason to believe that the developer may have introduced a feature in the newly released title that they don’t like.  

ADS in ‘CoD: Vanguard’  

As soon as the game was rolled out, players have begun noticing that the developer is likely to have added an aim-down sights spread (a.k.a. weapon bloom) mechanic in “Call of Duty: Vanguard.” This prompted them to call out Sledgehammer requesting to have it taken out from the game.   

Just like the “CoD” community, well-known content creators like Xclusive Ace (@TheXclusiveAce) and JGOD (@JGODYT) have also voiced out their concerns about this bloom in “Vanguard.” They took to their respective social media pages and even uploaded videos about it on their YouTube channels.  

Well-known content creators want bloom out of ‘Vanguard’  

In his tweet, JGOD noted that he’s all for trying out with new features, but highlighted that ADS does not belong in “Call of Duty” – “Never has and never will.” He also mentioned the flinch that according to him has “insane headshot multipliers.”  


This tweet from JGOD got quite the traction among “CoD” players including some notable personalities in the gaming scene. Modern Warzone (@@ModernWarzone) commented on this stating that what made it even worse is the fact that this bloom was hidden within the detail stats since Sledgehammer is well-aware that its community “would not respond well to it.”  

100 Thieves CEO and Co-Owner Nadeshot (Matthew Haag) also took notice of it and pleaded with the “Vanguard” developers to remove the bloom from the game.  

As for Ace, he has a video about this on his YouTube channel where he detailed how this bloom works in “Vanguard.” Per his video, he said that there’s a bit of randomness to it in the game adding that he has never seen such a mechanic being added to this extent within the “Call of Duty” franchise in terms of regular weapons.  

Further, Ace revealed that the ADS bloom in “Call of Duty: Vanguard” was first discovered by another “CoD” content creator known as TrueGameData.   

As of writing, Sledgehammer has yet to make a statement regarding this ADS bloom in “Call of Duty: Vanguard.” That said, the game’s player base is keeping their fingers crossed that this mechanic won’t be introduced to battle royale when its Pacific map goes live alongside Season 1 of Vanguard.

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