COD Vanguard is all set to launch this year. Activision has officially announced the game. In contrast, they released a teaser, and a reveal trailer.
This title would have the charm of World War 2.
Activision revealed the game in an event – ‘The Battle of Verdansk’ in COD: Warzone.
It will include a single-player campaign that is “historically inspired,” as well as a multiplayer mode and connectivity with Call of Duty: Zombies and Warzone.
Aside from the campaign, there will be multiplayer with 20 maps and game modes at launch, including “Champion Hill,” which pits players against each other single or in groups of two or three.
In addition, there will also be a Zombies mode created by Treyarch, which will tie into the previous zombie plot from Black Ops Cold War.
As the trailer reveals, the game arrives on November 5, 2021.
The game shall arrive on the following platforms –
- Xbox Series X|S
- Xbox One
Also, Beenox is developing the PC version.
It’s likely that the “Cross-Gen” combo will allow gamers to upgrade from the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One editions to the current-gen PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X editions of the game.
Moreover, the leak also includes specific details about Vanguard’s Ultimate Edition. It includes pre-order buyers’ early access to an open beta. ‘
Also, the Ultimate Edition includes –
- A number of operators
- a mastercraft weapon
- a weapons pack
- some bonus XP
- other assorted perks
The following four soldiers are the game’s main characters –
- Sgt. Arthur Kingsley, British, 9th Parachute Battalion
- Lt. Polina Petrova, Soviet, 138th Rifle Division
- Captain Wade Jackson, American, Scouting Squadron Six (Navy)
- 2 Lt. Lucas Riggs, Australian, 20th Battalion
To sum up, Activision always brings unique and powerful games. Call of Duty: Vanguard looks like another exciting title of the COD franchise. Moreover, the audience is already excited after the leaks.