This year’s Call of Duty is on track for a fall 2021 release, but don’t expect to see it at E3 next weekend. Call of Duty: Vanguard, as reportedly called, will instead be revealed in Battlefield, similar to the disclosure Black Ops’ Cold War.
This news comes from a report from Video Game Chronicles (VGC), which echoes previous reports that Sledgehammer Games is the team behind đứng Vanguard.
The new Call of Duty game is said to be set in the Second World War and will be heavily integrated into Battlefield. According to the report, Vanguard is on the verge of having a single-player campaign, multiplayer and zombie modes. It is scheduled to launch for the current generation, final generation and PC.
Call of Duty: Vanguard’s Battlefield the integration process will be much more streamlined, explains the report from VGC. Total Battlefield seems to switch to a World War II theme, making the 1980s setting from Cold War behind. With this, there will be a brand new map that is supposed to replace Verdansk ’84.
This weekend on June 10, as part of the Summer Game Fest, Activision will be unveiling Season 4 of Call of Duty: Warzone, will have weapon balancing and other new features. After the game’s Season 3 update, developer Raven Software made some significant changes to make the weapons and gameplay more balanced.
With reports that Vanguard will be integrated into Battlefield Given the backdrop of World War II, it’s unclear how the weapons will be balanced against the current arsenal. Even so, according to VGC, the Sledgehammer developers “had more time” to make sure the integration went as smoothly as possible.