Call Of Duty: Vanguard will take players back to World War II when it releases on November 5, packing a whopping 20 maps, a new Warzone location, and the mysterious Champion Hill mode. In this video, Aaron and Richie talk over whether their initial apprehension for another WWII game was changed after the first developer reveal.
Call Of Duty: Vanguard is Sledgehammer’s latest game and will take players back to World War II to experience the creation of special forces. Despite the rumors of being rushed, the game will launch with 20 maps, a new Warzone location, and a competitive Champion Hill mode.
In this video, we talk over the first Vanguard reveal event, where we saw a campaign mission, components of multiplayer, and some future competitive modes we can’t talk about yet. Richie and Aaron discuss the general community sentiment against a World War II setting and whether their own minds have been changed after this reveal. Some of the important points include the fact that Vanguard appears to channel the spirit of 2019’s
Modern Warfare with a huge focus on gunplay, gun modding, ammo conversions, and attachments. Multiplayer will include more destructible environments with lots of bullets tearing up levels and opening up sightlines as matches progress. Vanguard will also run on the Modern Warfare engine, meaning a smooth transition between the main game and Warzone. Call Of Duty: Vanguard releases on November 5 on all major platforms and will have a reveal in Warzone. We’re looking forward to a beta, a multiplayer-focused preview, and more information to come.