Call of Duty Vanguard: Real War Photojournalists Called in the Game Engine to Capture WWII Images. An Unexpected Collaboration between Vanguard and two real war photojournalists Sebastiano Tomada and Alex Potter took place. The two photojournalists were called in the Vanguard’s engine to capture photos of WWII as if they were there. You must have seen Photo mode in almost every game. However, the Vanguard Developers took this Photo concept to a whole other level.
Call of Duty Vanguard: Real Photojournalists invited in Vanguard’s Engine to capture WWII Images
Activision has always done the unexpected. And this time the developers decided to call real war photojournalists Sebastiano Tomada Piccolomini and Alex Potter to Vanguard’s Engine. They took images as if they were really inside the game. We can say that this was an unexpected approach. However, this is a proud moment for all the gamers as they can witness the hard work of every developer. Vanguard is surely going to be the most realistic game that the world has ever seen.
Vanguard has a really strong focus on the realism of the game. Activision’s Chief Marketing Officer said, that the developers tested the realism of the game by sending two veteran real war photojournalists Sebastiano Tomada Piccolomini and Alex Potter into the game engine. The game engine took them back in time and made them feel like as if they were a photographer in that era. In simple words, we can expect that Call of Duty Vanguard will become the most realistic game in the community once it releases.
If you want to witness the pics that the photojournalists took, you can simply buy them through BleeckerTrading.com. That said, after listening to this news, I’m a hundred percent sure that the developers are trying to give us the best gameplay experience ever. Moreover, after listening to all these things it makes it a lot more difficult for us to wait for CoD Vanguard to release.
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