Fans Beg Modern Warfare II Developers To Axe Hated Vanguard Feature
You can never please a Call of Duty fan, that much we know for certain, but you can make them less annoyed to a certain extent. Ahead of the Modern Warfare 2 era, Activision and Infinity Ward face the gargantuan task of trying to make their game the most bearable of its generation, piecing together what they feel will be a hit while balancing some of the most-hated bits and pieces from its predecessors.
It's undeniable that Call of Duty does need a little bit of variation to stop every annual release from being a carbon copy of the last. However, features such as jetpacks and doors have divided fans of the past, and Infinity Ward will be quick to reconsider changing up too much.
Now, Call of Duty players have identified the single most hated element of Vanguard and have pleaded with the developers to axe it ahead of Modern Warfare 2.
Modern Warfare 2 Fans Plead To Devs To Axe Vanguard Feature
Taking to Reddit, fans have now begged that the MVP voting section of the post-match lobby to be left behind in Vanguard, labelling it as the 'most hated' feature in the game.
The original post claimed that "if MWII has MVP voting then I won't buy it. That is how strongly I feel," with many fans agreeing.
The MVP voting prolongs the post-match lobby where players select who they think their team's best performer was (themselves, obviously), normally resulting in a tie with one vote for each of the selected candidates.
Vanguard Players Despise MVP Voting
Having seen the mutual hatred for the feature, other fans quickly jumped on the bandwagon. "I will literally start swinging if this s**t is in MWII, it's by far the thing I hate about Vanguard the most. And that's saying something because I really f**king hate Vanguard," said one avidly outraged fan.
Other fans took the mickey out of the "honourable mention" back-handed compliment, although the agreement that it takes way too long after a game was widely shared.
Modern Warfare 2 will be bringing back doors, which is a significantly divisive feature, although that'll likely be the extent of Infinity Ward's resistance against the fan base, as they bid to make the game the most enjoyable of the post-jet pack era.