Call of Duty®: Vanguard: Multiplayer Reveal Trailer is out now. It has revealed an extended look at maps, modes and much more from the game.
The latest trailer for the game is out and it offers a closer look at the gameplay for the game, the maps, modes and much more. The trailer does indicate that the game has taken several liberties with its Second World War setting, for fun.
The trailer however isn’t the closest look that fans will be getting. They will be able get a closer look at several aspects of the game at the reveal beta program which will run from September 10, 2021 to September 13, 2021.
Call of Duty®: Vanguard — Multiplayer Reveal Trailer
While the beta had already confirmed some of the maps and modes, the trailer shows these aspects in a greater and more detailed manner. These maps, twenty in total have been derived from the World War II theatre, ranging from Russia to the Pacific Ocean.
Sixteen out of these twenty are meant for the standard multiplayer. This includes deathmatch and a brand new mode called Patrol. The maps can be set to three different modes as well: Assault, Blitz and Tactical. It will allow players to control their engagement speeds or even adjust the downtime in between firefights, ranging between medium, fast and slow, respectively.
The remaining four of the maps will be focused on Champion Hill, a mode that was introduced during the game’s open alpha. This mode allows teams of eight teams consisting of two to three players competing in a tournament across the four maps, fighting till the last man is standing.
Call of Duty®: Vanguard — Official Reveal Trailer
Amongst the details revealed, aside from maps and modes, additional features in the gameplay were also revealed. Ideas have been taken from successful and some of the more recent titles in the Call of Duty® franchise. The game will provide players with create-a-class, own clans and even a gunsmith mode.
Developed and published by Activision Blizzard, the game is the eighteenth instalment in the first person shooter video game franchise Call of Duty®. It is set for release on November 5, 2021. The game will be available for PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation® 5 and PlayStation® 4. You can pre-order your copy here!
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