Call Of Duty Vanguard Release Date: Artwork & Editions leaked, Activision Takes down Leaks on Twitter. The first leaks from Call of Duty: Vanguard, which is likely to be the next game in the COD franchise, have begun to surface. Call of Duty: Vanguard will, as far as we know, take place during World War II. The game will be available on both old and new console generations. There’s no word yet on whether Activision’s upcoming Vanguard, produced by Sledgehammer Games, will feature cross-play functionality.
Warzone and Black Ops Cold War Season 5 updates have given players a taste of what to anticipate when Vanguard launches, there are still a lot of unknowns. CoD: Vanguard will have three editions, similar to Black Ops Cold War: a Standard Edition, a Cross-Gen Bundle, and an Ultimate Edition, according to the sources. Data mining of the new update yielded artwork for all three editions.
Call of Duty Vanguard Release Date: Vanguard’s official logo, as well as a Cross-Gen package, an Ultimate edition, and a slew of additional, unlocks ranging from character skins to Open Beta access, were all revealed in this leaked artwork. Despite the fact that Vanguard is now the official title of the game, the leak indicates that it will be released on August 19th.
Four characters fight through an explosive battlefield with WWII-era equipment in hand in the Vanguard cover image. The background is littered with fire and palm trees, while the presumed major characters sit prominently in the foreground. The images that were released have now been taken down.
Another graphic demonstrating what’s included in the game’s Ultimate Edition has been discovered by users, confirming an Open Beta Early Access. In addition, the graphic depicts bonus Operator Skins for three characters, bonus weaponry, and additional edition material. The game has yet to be formally revealed by Activision. In the past, the firm has revealed Call of Duty titles later in the year than usual.