Call of Duty: Warzone Devs Temporarily Disable Secrets of the Pacific
Call of Duty: Warzone’s new Secrets of the Pacific event has been temporarily disabled after a series of widespread crashes. Multiple players complained of a higher number of crashes, more than what they usually experience while playing the game. At the moment, they have not yet identified the cause of the crashes to the gaming public.
The problems seemed to begin shortly after the launch of Call of Duty: Vanguard and Call of Duty: Warzone’s Secrets of the Pacific event. Following a slew of complaints from players, Sledgehammer Games announced that they were trying to figure out what was happening.
“We are investigating widespread crashing issues in Vanguard,” they wrote on social media. “Stay tuned!”
It took only 11 minutes for Call of Duty devs to decide to completely disable the event for the time-being. Unfortunately, they did not provide any information on when they were going to bring it back. “We are disabling the Secrets of the Pacific while we squash this bug,” they added.
The Call of Duty: Warzone Secrets of the Pacific event aims to challenge players to scout Verdansk and try to find items from another era. They can then obtain the intel that they need to unlock Warzone’s upcoming Pacific map, Caldera, as well as its new points of interest. Finishing all challenges will also unlock rewards that are exclusive to the event, such as a weapon blueprint.
Call of Duty: Warzone devs reassured CoD’s following that there is no need to worry. Players who were in the process of completing the challenges will be able to keep their progress when the event is back online—whenever that will be. “Progress is kept!” Sledgehammer Games confirmed in a separate social media post.
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