A few days ago, we informed you of a rumor about the next Call of Duty game, which would return to the Second World War. Sledgehammer Games, who made the recent Call of Duty WWII (2017) will once again be in charge of this new installment, which will be subtitled Vanguard.
Those original rumors, from Modern Warzone, have now been corroborated by the Eurogamer medium, whose sources claim that this information is real. However, it brings a couple of new nuances that were not in the original report.
Regarding the subtitle, Modern Warzone initially stated that this title was provisional, and Activision intended to change it in the future. However, according to Eurogamer sources, Activision’s intention is to keep it, so if there are no last minute changes, This year’s CoD will be called Call of Duty Vanguard.
On the other hand, Eurogamer sources also claim that CoD Vanguard will have a “traditional” setting in WWII. That is, it will not present an alternative plot line in which the War continued until 1950, as Modern Warzone claimed.
Either way, none of this information is official, everything is subject to change, and the game will probably not be formally presented until next summer.
What seems certain is its historical setting, and that Sledgehammer will be the developers of this installment. It is also certain that this Christmas you will meet the new battlefield. Which one will get the most out of the next gen?
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Also, knowing that Call of Duty Warzone incorporates elements of the last Call of Duty released so far (it started with Modern Warfare, and now goes hand in hand with Black Ops Cold War), one wonders how the battle royale will change when it’s time to go together to Vanguard …