Call of Duty: Vanguard It is the supposed name of the new Call of Duty that will arrive this year in Spain and around the world, developed by Sledgehammer Games. And it seems that his revelation would be closer than we think: new rumors suggest that the title will be officially presented next August. In addition, there is talk that it could be shown through the free battle royale Call of Duty: Warzone, as it happened with Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War during the past month of August.

Call of Duty: Vanguard could be presented in august

According to the editor of VGC, Andy Robinson, the one baptized as Call of Duty: Vanguard will be presented to the players next August. In this way, the marketing strategy to follow aims to repeat the one that starred Black Ops Cold War last summer, when it was presented in the same month before its launch in November 2020. In this sense, it was also expected that its presentation would skip the recent edition of E3 to show up directly at an event Warzone.

On the other hand, as for the rumors that revolve around the game, it is said that Vanguard lead players to WWII. Furthermore, it aims to employ the same engine as Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (2019). It has also been said that the multiplayer mode of this COD 2021 will be very similar to that of Black Ops Cold War. While it seems that Sledgehammer may have tried to introduce some novelties, insiders suggest that these ideas have not reached fruition.

August is the month that sounds for Vanguard

It seems that the game, in any case, will be finalizing the details before its presentation: recently an internal test version was also leaked on Steam, which suggests that the game is being tested from the inside. Sledgehammer may be testing multiplayer. Also earlier this month a private alpha for PS5 was released weighing in at over 35GB. We will have to wait a few more weeks to know all the details of this title, which aims to launch also in November for PS5, Xbox Series X / S, PS4, Xbox One and PC.

“It’s not easy to make a Call of Duty”

Just last week we had the opportunity to read the words of Glen Schofield, former CEO of Sledgehammer Games, offering his insight into the development process of the series. “People don’t realize how much work it takes to make a game of Call of Duty, he expressed while referring to research tasks that developers have to do. “You have to work with experts. I studied World War II for three years. I worked with historians.” In addition, it also alludes to the internal competition that exists between the three studios that have been taking turns working on the saga since 2012: Treyarch, Infinity Ward and Sledgehammer herself.

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