Call of Duty: Vanguard will before long release as the newest passage into the popular Call of Duty series. There is a great deal to anticipate with Sledgehammer Games' next Call of Duty title, incorporating integration with Call of Duty: Warzone, a new Zombies mode (which is being created by Treyarch), a new World War II campaign, a portion level anti-cheat for Vanguard and Warzone, and more. Notwithstanding, there may be something else to anticipate over the course of the following many years as all things considered, as this could be the first of a trilogy of games under the Vanguard name.
As is often the case this season, the newest Call of Duty is getting a great deal of publicity. Players are even able to get an early taste of the action, as Vanguard weapons have been added to Call of Duty: Warzone. Players know what they have now with Warzone and are amped up for the integration, new information keeps on approaching about Vanguard's release one month from now, however future news has now also been revealed. Details have arisen about the drawn out plans of Call of Duty: Vanguard thanks to a New York Comic Con panel.
According to Sam Maggs, an essayist for Call of Duty: Vanguard, the team is preparing the table for a whole trilogy. One of the main impetuses behind wanting to make Vanguard 2 and Vanguard 3 is that the team believes there are memorable characters as a part of the Vanguard story, and there is something else to be told with future games. This information is brand new, as Tochi Onyebuchi and individual author on the game noted during the panel.
Call of Duty: Vanguard will have four playable characters: including British paratrooper Sgt. Arthur Kingsley, a Russian expert rifleman named Lt. Polina Petrova, Cpt. Wade Jackson of the US navy, and an infantryman from Australia named second lt. Lucas Riggs. In case the panel's information is strong, fans could be getting rather to know this group over the course of the following not many years. Obviously, Sledgehammer Games and Activision would have the final word on the matter, and Vanguard's prosperity will probably dictate whether more games in the series under that umbrella is plausible.
Something that Maggs said about the characters in the Call of Duty franchise could be somewhat controversial. Maggs claimed that the Call of Duty franchise doesn't have "standout characters," comparing the series to not having a name like Master Chief. Vanguard could have potential standout characters. However, many fans of the series would argue that any semblance of Captain Price and Sergeant Woods are already beloved, as well as Mason, Soap, Ghost, and others. In any case, it would in any case be hard to argue that any of those characters are fair and square of Master Chief.