Call of Duty: Vanguard is the current unofficial title for this year’s installment in the franchise. So far, we know that the game may be based in the World War 2 era again, and now we’ve gotten more info on the game’s editions, artwork, and much more.
The new artwork was found in the latest Black Ops Cold War update, and it also confirms the game’s Ultimate Edition content, which will offer early access to open beta and many other things. We can also expect a cross-gen bundle to be made available.
Over the past few hours, well-known Battlefield and Call of Duty leaker Tom Henderson has also teased some new details for the yet-to-be officially announced title.
According to his hints, the game will feature 24 maps that will supposedly be historically accurate.
Henderson also hinted that there would be a dynamic weather system in-game and a Zombie Mode being developed by Treyarch.
Even though Tom Henderson is a reliable leaker, all of this is still rumor and speculation until we get an official announcement. We are expecting Call of Duty: Vanguard to be unveiled next week, so we can finally know what the game will actually be called.
But maybe fans shouldn’t get too excited just yet. Henderson has previously suggested that the online multiplayer for the upcoming installment may not be that great, stating it might be a “Black Ops Cold War 2.0.”
We can also expect the announcement for Vanguard to be made on Warzone, just like it was done for Black Ops Cold War. Maybe we’ll have a new map, new killstreaks, or new guns that turn the clocks back to World War 2.
We’ll have to wait a while before we have the final information regarding Call of Duty: Vanguard, and we’re hoping the unveil rumor of next week holds.
About Call of Duty WWII: Vanguard
Call of Duty WWII: Vanguard (working title) is an upcoming first-person shooter by Sledgehammer Games. The game will throw players into all the action in World War II, much like 2017’s Call of Duty: WWII. Currently, the game has no confirmed release date.