According to the official patch notes (see below), the update resolves a problem where players couldn’t start the game if they had less than 40GB of space available on their PS5.
Shipment is a tiny, hectic battleground featuring empty shipping containers that has appeared in multiple series entries since its debut 14 years ago as one of Call of Duty 4’s launch maps.
As well as mixing up the placement of its containers and adding a single container that hangs above the others on a crane, the latest iteration of Shipment features numerous containers with breakable walls.
A free Call of Duty: Vanguard multiplayer trial will begin on November 18, less than two weeks after the game’s release, and last for four days.
On Tuesday, it emerged that a female employee at Vanguard developer Sledgehammer Games was allegedly raped by a male supervisor, Javier Panameno, in 2016 and 2017, leading to an out of court settlement.
It was also confirmed that Treyarch co-studio head Dan Bunting has left the Call of Duty: Black Ops developer following sexual harassment revelations.
CoD Vanguard November 17 patch notes
- Shipment now available in public matches
- PS5 – Resolved issue where players could not start up Vanguard if they had less than 40gb of space available
- Fixed bug preventing players from equipping camos
- Players can no longer equip camos they do not own
- Fixed issue where Clan Members would crash when attempting to send a clan invite
- Corrected inconsistencies for Next Unlock in the Operators Tab
- Addressed an issue where players could not view the Scoreboard after dying or after Exfil.
- Addressed an issue where players could not view Armor Health in the HUD.
- Addressed an issue where Objectives would not start properly, preventing progression.