Although neither Activision nor Sledgehammer Games, responsible for its development, have yet confirmed the existence of Call of Duty: VanguardIt is an open secret that the new game in the first-person shooter saga will arrive on time for the traditional appointment of the franchise with the Christmas campaign. That is why it does not surprise us to know that this new title will already be in the internal testing phase, something that was discovered today when a trial version available on Battle.net, the launcher for the company’s PC.
A user has discovered that Activision has released an alpha version of the new Call of Duty on Battle.net, although to try to hide the relationship with the new game in the franchise they have given it a code name: Slipstream. In fact, the supposed logo of this test version has been leaked and many have wanted to see here a verification that Call of Duty: Vanguard (or whatever the new installment is finally called) be set in the Second World War, as rumors indicate.
Well-protected internal tests
This internal test is obviously well protected so that it is only accessible by Activision personnel. No open or closed beta of any kind has been announced for the moment. Call of Duty: Vanguard, so it is likely that this alpha version is simply a form of test the game from within, maybe its multiplayer mode, of which it is said that will have a lot to do with Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War.
This user has given more details about this internal test, sharing screenshots of an application called ‘Fore (Closed Internal Alpha)’ which would also be related to this new game; yes, as you can see in the screenshot inserted under these lines, a password is also required to access it.
Although we do not officially know anything about Call of Duty: Vanguard, rumors and leaks point to a game set in World War II that will launch in november for PS5, Xbox Series X / S, PS4, Xbox One and PC and to be announced with an event at