- Dogs in Call of Duty: Vanguard have been shown to be buggy;
- Some of them tend to attack their owners;
- Others turn into a bundle of swirling textures.
Like many other Call of Duty installments, Vanguard also features combat dogs. In multiplayer, the players can summon them by completing a long enough killstreak. The animals can be a real nightmare to our opponents, but in the new installment, they don't quite work as they should. Some people are furious about this, while others are laughing.
Recordings in which players who summoned the dogs fall victim to them began to appear on the Internet. After activating this particular reward for a killstreak the dog lashes at it's master, not the enemy. People who have encountered this kind of problem experienced a rather nasty surprise. Especially considering that it involved the sudden end of an impressive series of kills.
However, this isn't the only problem with dogs in Call of Duty: Vanguard. Some pets tend to turn into bundles of swirling textures that float above the ground. Players who have come across this kind of phenomenon have quickly dubbed it "dognado," and videos of it have taken over Reddit - as "dognadoes" have proven to be quite common on servers. Still, this is probably the far less frustrating of the two bugs. More often than not, it just makes you laugh.
Fortunately, Sledgehammer Games still has time to fix these kinds of bugs. There's a little over a month left until the release of Vanguard. The game will launch on November 5 on PC, PS4, PS5 as well as Xbox One and Series S/X.