Survey reveals why players avoided ‘Call of Duty: Vanguard’

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Is ‘Warzone’ Cannibalizing Main Series ‘Call of Duty’ Games?

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Call of Duty: Vanguard It has received moderate to good reviews – including Granthshala reviews – but its sales may not be on par with previous installments. Now, a survey has revealed gamers’ reasons for not picking up the latest entry in Activision’s long-running military shooter series.

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A new survey conducted by – In partnership with EGX and PAX – spoke to 671 “hardcore gamers” across the US and UK. 284 of them bought one Duty games in the last five years, but only 59 players – 21 percent – had selected this year vanguard,

The defendants were able to list their reasons why they did not buy DutyPawn And the biggest response was that they were busy playing other sports – a reason given by 55 percent of players.

advertisement It points to the prevalence of “free service-based AAA shooter games” and “access older games through subscription services” as reasons, but also notes that 14 percent of its respondents said that he felt like playing Call of Duty: Warzone, the series’ free-to-play offering, was enough to satisfy them.

Other reasons for not being able to lift vanguard Possibly pointing to franchise burnout. A whopping 34 percent said they’re tired Duty Or it required a break, while 24 percent cited not enjoying the World War II setting.

The next biggest issue was the game’s mediocre performance at the review level, with 20 percent saying they were put off by it. Pawn A lukewarm reception, while 11 percent said they were looking forward to another game instead. hello infinity And Battlefield 2042 Here were the two most commonly cited titles as options.

There was also some sign of consumer discretion at work, with six percent saying they didn’t want to support Activision Blizzard in the wake of a lawsuit against the parent company of allegations.

In the end, four percent of respondents were put off by the price, three percent were distracted by the wider player community and cited the prevalence of cheaters, two percent thought the single-player mode wasn’t enough, and another two percent said no. Said download size vanguard – The game required 89.84GB on PS5 and PC, 93.12GB on PS4, 56.6GB on Xbox One and 61GB on Xbox Series X|S – that was huge.


Although the survey uses a fairly small sample size, its results are likely to be alarming reading for Activision and most likely when it comes to franchise burnout criticism. Annual release days for the series may be looming, especially as the ongoing Warzone Online multiplayer component can meet the draw.

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