Call of Duty Warzone could receive “the largest map of the saga” on the occasion of the launch of COD Vanguard …

This year's new Call of Duty, the rumored COD Vanguard, could launch without a new multiplayer mode

The success of Call of Duty Warzone is overwhelming, confirming that Activision’s commitment to free to play has been more than good. First syncing up with Modern Warfare (2019) and then Black Ops Cold War, it seems like the future of Warzone will be linked to the next game in the saga, which would return to World War II and it would be being developed by Sledgehammer (WWII).

Tomorrow at 8:00 p.m. we will know the first details of Season 4 of COD Warzone and Black Ops Cold War, with lots of news for the free to play of PS4, Xbox One and PC, but attention … because reports are coming from the medium VGC targeting big changes for the end of the year. Of course, this would have a lot to do with the launch of the new Call of Duty, about which we still do not know anything official.

Known as COD Vanguard, this new installment would re-set in WWII, and this would lead the COD Warzone to a transition to said conflict, leaving modern warfare and the Cold War behind. According to VGC, the free to play will receive a new map in the coming months, which would be, literally, the greatest of the entire war saga.

Apparently this new map for Warzone would be much larger than Rebirth Island, full of details and taking the game scene to a new level. It is not clear if Verdansk will continue to be available when these changes occur, but what does seem certain is that this transition to COD Vanguard will occur. As you already know, Activision syncs new releases with COD Warzone.

More specifically, this new map for Call of Duty Warzone would settle in the Pacific, under the framework of the Second World War. Would be added new vehicles and weapons of the time, being able to move through the scenarios in ways never seen before, although it has not been detailed in what ways … and of course not confirmed by Activision.

The latest rumors even claim that the official reveal of COD Vanguard (or whatever it is finally called) will occur inside Call of Duty Warzone, as part of a special event. Be that as it may, it is very possible that in the coming days we will know something more about this, either at the Summer Game Fest or at the conferences scheduled for E3 2021, which begins on June 12.

Fountain: GameRant

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