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Call of Duty: Vanguard Season One Jan. 31 Update: Full Patch Notes Detailed

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A new update has been rolled out for Call of Duty: Vanguard. Below, we've detailed the full patch notes for the Jan. 31 update.

With January done and dusted, Sledgehammer Games have rolled out one last update for the month to set players up for February. While players haven't been treated to some new content just yet, this latest update aims to smooth out some more of the stability issues plaguing the game.

Improvements have been made to help curb crashes when switching from controller to mouse and keyboard, when loading into a match from Quick Play, during the MVP voting sequence, and more.

We've detailed all of the new fixes and updates that have made their way to Vanguard in this latest patch, deployed on Jan. 31.

Call of Duty: Vanguard Season One Jan. 31 Update: Full Patch Notes Detailed

Multiplayer

Stability

  • On Xbox, improvements have been made to reduce instances of crashing when loading into a match from Quick Play, Feature Playlists, and Private Matches

Bug Fixes

  • On Xbox, a bug was fixed that resulted in controller settings switching to Mouse and Keyboard after a controller disconnect
  • Fixed a bug that resulted in the game sometimes crashing during the MVP voting sequence
  • Fixed an issue in which nameplates would occasionally not display on enemies

Campaign

Bug Fixes

  • The achievement “Ticket Please” can now be unlocked
  • In Stalingrad, players will no longer get caught in a death loop if they take too long to get the sewer
  • Fixed a bug in Operation Tonga that would sometimes result in a freeze and crash when shooting an enemy in the field
  • Fixed a progression blocker in which Misha would become unresponsive 

While not the biggest patch to grace Vanguard, these bug fixes will certainly go a long way in getting the game up to scratch. Be sure to check out the notes from the previous update which rolled out on Jan. 27.