After its reveal in Call of Duty: Warzone, Activision announced the release date of the next entry in the annual FPS series, titled Call of Duty: Vanguard. The World War II shooter is currently set to release on November 5 on PlayStation 4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC.
Call of Duty: VanguardIts release date was revealed via a pre-order page that has appeared online on Blizzard Activision’s Battle.net app. According to the site, the PC and last-gen versions of the game, labeled “standard,” will lose players $60. On PS5 and Xbox Series X/S, the “Cross Gen” version will cost $70 for players. A final version has also been revealed costing $100.
Breaking: Call of Duty: Vanguard pre-orders are available now on PlayStation, Xbox, and PC (Battle net).
Release date: November 5
Standard (PS4/Xbox One/PC): $59.99
Cross Gen (PS5; Xbox Series X | S): $69.99
Final Edition: $99.99 pic.twitter.com/RsoMPMb4X8
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The revelation of Call of Duty: Vanguard also confirmed that the game will take place during the Second World War. However, the game’s pre-order page went into more detail on what players can expect from the game’s single-player campaign. A short description on the game’s pre-order page states that the player will “air combat over the Pacific, bombard France, defend Stalingrad with the precision of a sniper, and shoot through enemies in the North.” Fly.”
While most of this sounds standard for the genre, the air combat reference means that air combat is most likely part of the genre. Call of Duty: Vanguard. If the ending is true aerial battles, as opposed to the rails sequences we’ve seen in previous Call of Duty titles, this will be the first time the mechanic has been included in the franchise. Commerce.
Call of Duty: VanguardThe publisher’s publisher is reeling from a lawsuit filed by the State of California a few weeks ago alleging that the company fosters a “brother-and-sister” culture in which sexual harassment, abuse, and discrimination Payment processing is rampant. In the time since filing the lawsuit, employees at Activision Blizzard’s studio have left.