Vanguard ZERO aware of crashing issue on Android after v1.41.0 update
Vanguard ZERO is a card battle game based on the popular franchise Cardfight!! Vanguard and has been available on iOS and Android since 2020.
The Vanguard ZERO Android and iOS apps recently bagged the update to version 1.41.0. However, Android users have been facing an issue after the latest update.
It seems Android users are the most affected but it is still unclear whether the crashing issue also affects iOS users or not.
Either way, it appears to be widespread and Vanguard ZERO players are unable to play the game properly because of it.
Current content update seems to crash my Poco X3 whenever i enter “My Room” or the “Model Room” even after reinstalling game. Works fine on other devices though
I like the game is fun when you do not have any friends to play In IRL but after the latest update it keeps closing after I open the game and it keeps doing this especially in the rank fight
However, affected players may not have to contend with this crashing problem for long as it has been acknowledged.
Vanguard ZERO support has said that they are aware of the crashing issue which came to light after the latest update and is investigating it.
Also, a solution to this problem is being looked into which further indicates that the next update might address it.
However, this is still based on speculation as support has not provided any details regarding a fix for this issue.
It is still good to see that the crashing problem on Android devices has been promptly acknowledged and is being investigated.
Hopefully, the game developer fixes the aforementioned problem soon so that players can enjoy the game without any hassle.
That said, we will report back with more details as and when new information becomes available so stay tuned.
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