Sledgehammer Games offers a sneak peek in which Warzone players trade Cold War Verdansk for the World War II Pacific Theater in Call of Duty: Vanguard.
Since its introduction in 2019 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, players have been flocking to War zone to test yourself on ObligationsBattle Royale version. Verdansk has been the battlefield for gamers, whether in the more modern setting since its first year or in the city as it was in 1984 as part of the Soviet Union. This is going to change as players will be diving into the Pacific of WWII and Sledgehammer Games has given players a sneak peek of things to come. Call of Duty: Vanguard.
Call of Duty: Vanguard It is the 2021 entry in the full-length series, the third from Sledgehammer Games and the studio’s second set in World War II. The campaign follows a multinational unit, called Task Force One, as they try to uncover the truth about a Nazi plan called Project Phoenix in the waning days of World War II. Multiplayer, zombies, and the war zone are also available as part of the game, with the last of the three trading the Cold War for World War II.
Sledgehammer gave players a sneak peek at why they’re heading to the Pacific Theater in the cinematic intro to Vanguarditeration of War zone. The intro ve Black Ops Cold WarAdler, Woods, Mason and Hudson discover a Nazi bunker hidden in the belly of Verdansk, along with Captain Carver Butcher returning from Call of Duty WW2. He reveals that he was the mastermind behind VanguardThe team and their “work” saw them head to Caldera Island in the Pacific after the war to find the Nazis who fled Germany before the fall of Berlin.
Despite the emphasis on multiplayer, ObligationsThe developer has provided players with a narrative hook for why they were fighting in Verdansk. In both cases, War zoneThe narrative continued from where Modern war and Cold WarThe campaigns were discontinued and ways were found to engage the key characters of the respective campaigns. It has also given the series’ developers a way to have loose narrative threads both from season to season and even from game to game since 2019. Modern war.
It seems that this will be the same when entering Call of Duty: Vanguard when players land on Caldera Island on December 3. The cinematic suggests that Project Phoenix is somewhat successful if Butcher pokes fun at the Nazi presence, that was the main reason behind the attack on the island. The question now is where War zone heads over the next year and how it will ultimately tie into this larger, interconnected Obligations across the line.
Call of Duty: Vanguard It will be available on November 5, 2021 on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X / S.