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Call of Duty: Vanguard debuted last Friday, November 5 with great commercial success around it. However, the community is divided; while some say that it is a very funny delivery, there are those who believe that it did not meet expectations. Now, a group of players discovered a hidden mechanic in the shooter that, without a doubt, will do nothing but increase the controversy.

Generally, players of Call of Duty they expect the bullets to go directly where their gun’s sights are aimed, as it is a feature present in most of the franchise’s installments. However, it seems that Sledgehammer Games chose to go in another direction with their latest project.

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Some players found that apparently CoD: Vanguard implements Bloom, a mechanic that affects weapon accuracy by making bullets not hit directly where players are aimed. It is important to note that this element did not make an appearance in the Beta and there is currently no in-game message confirming its existence.

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High-profile youtubers like TrueGameData and TheXclusiveAce put the aim of weapons to the test and indeed found that they are not as accurate when players aim downward. Unsurprisingly, the presence of this hidden mechanic sparked a heated debate on forums and social media.

Either way, it appears that players can mitigate Bloom by selecting a number of accessories that improve weapon accuracy. Likewise, it seems that the categories that perceive the greatest spread of bullets are assault rifles and submachine guns.

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Of course, and as we explained in a higher paragraph, CoD: Vanguard it does not confirm the presence of the mechanics at any time, so those people who do not follow the news of the game or are in forums may be frustrated when they see that their bullets do not go where they aim. For this reason, a sector of the community asks the developers to remove Bloom from the game.

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But tell us, do you think Sledgehammer Games should eliminate the spread of bullets? Let us read you in the comments.

CoD: Vanguard available now for Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, PS4, PS5, and PC. You will find more information about this Activision war shooter by clicking here.

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