Call of Duty: Vanguard ‘Airspace Is Too Crowded’ Meaning: Why can’t I call in my killstreak?
As players begin to master the mechanics of Call of Duty: Vanguard‘s multiplayer, many will achieve the game’s highest killstreaks. Many of these streaks sit high in the sky, raining down fire and explosions. However, it’s possible that some players won’t be able to call in their killstreaks, instead seeing the “Airspace is too crowded” message popping. Here’s what it means.
What does “Airspace is too crowded” mean in Call of Duty: Vanguard?
The “Airspace is too crowded” message in Call of Duty: Vanguard means that there are already too many killstreaks in the air.
When multiple players try calling in killstreaks, the game caps the number that can be called in at the same time. Those that see the “Airspace is too crowded” message will need to wait until the air has cleared. Once there is room, players can continue to request their killstreaks.
Why can’t I call in killstreaks in Call of Duty: Vanguard?
Players can’t call in killstreaks in Call of Duty: Vanguard due to the airspace being too crowded.
As noted above, the “Airspace is too crowded” message appears when the number of air-based killstreaks simultaneously present on the map has reached its cap.
To call in more killstreaks, players will need to wait until the airspace has cleared up somewhat. Keep pressing the killstreak button to have the best chance of calling in your streak.
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