Call of Duty: Vanguard had a difficult launch. Not only did it hit shelves amid the Activision Blizzard controversy, it also became the franchise’s least successful installment in years. Despite this, the developers are still working on new content to keep players interested. However, a detail recently came to light that aroused the fury of the community.
As you know, players can unlock cosmetic items through the Battle Pass, which offers 100 rewards for people who buy it. There are also special bundles in the store that offer items that generally cannot be obtained otherwise.
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Unsurprisingly, many of the more eye-catching items are in these paid packages. However, recently a user discovered that one of the skins sold in the store is not new and was in fact a free item in the past. Spoiler alert: the community is furious.
Players lash out at CoD: Vanguard’s recycled skin
Specifically, the Secret Santa package of Call of Duty: Vanguard, which costs 1500 CP, includes a character intro, a keychain, 2 emblems, a finisher, and most importantly, 2 weapon blueprints for the Dasher shotgun.
However, a reddit user discovered that the skin accompanying the shotgun blueprints was used on a variant of the Trench Runner II from Call of Duty: WWII. Simply put, it is a cosmetic item that was recycled for the latest installment in the franchise.
The anger of the community stems from the fact that, in the 2017 game, the skin in question was a free item. In this way, the players of CoD: Vanguard They must spend approximately $ 15 USD on a recycled item that was previously available to all users.
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