Call of Duty: Vanguard will leave last year Black Ops: Cold War and more in 2019 modern war, follow a revealed to the multiplayer part of the game today. Tactical sprint and destruction environments will return to the shooter, as well as mounts, a feature that debuted in Modern war.
Today’s reveal shows that Vanguard basically will have bones like 2019 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. Along with tactical mounting and sprinting, Vanguard will bring back Modern Warstandard for weapon customization. Players will still have the usual kit – consisting of a primary weapon, a secondary weapon, three perks, tactical gear, and damage – as well as a set of customization options. Weapons has 10 slots for attachments, which means players will be able to completely transform their weapons into something completely different from their default versions.
Some features are brought back from Modern War will also take part in the game’s new combat mechanics. For example, mounts are returning in Vanguard, but the player can also cast a blind flame in the same way. Vanguard There will also be destructible environments, though they won’t be as thorough and detailed as anything seen in the Battlefield games. Players can shoot out covered windows or hatches, create new paths and open up further maps, or even sprint through damaged walls and explode in the other side.
In the first day, Call of Duty: Vanguard there will be 20 maps, with 16 of them geared towards the core game modes. Along with the usual variety of game modes they are used to, Vanguard will also include a new way to tailor the typical multiplayer experience with combat pacing options. These are basically the settings for how many players you are comfortable with in a match. For example, searching for a game on the Tactical Battle Pace option will result in matches with fewer players, while Blitz will gather a lot of players on any map.
Call of Duty: Vanguard will launch on November 5 on PlayStation 4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC.