They say that the one who strikes first does it twice, and in Sledgehammer Games They go all out for the launch of Call of Duty Vanguard: there are almost three weeks left until Activision’s new war shooter hits the shelves, but their recently released launch trailer seeks and manages to heat up the atmosphere based on explosions, action and Rock and roll.

To the rhythm of the song Taking Me Back by Jack White (singer of The White Stripes), the new advance of Call of Duty Vanguard blast through its three key features: tons of multiplayer launch maps, visceral action, its three gameplay experiences. Everything at the service of a historical setting and four fronts that shapes the whole.

Items Not Randomly Chosen: Activision takes advantage of the pre-storm lull (i.e., the November releases) and intentionally seeks that Call of Duty Vanguard It is measured against a Battlefield 2042 that will arrive not long after. Two experiences that, everything is said, they complement each other wonderfully. But of course, only those with an extra pair of hands will be able to play both at the same time.

It is worth remembering that Activision’s plans with Call of Duty Vanguard are reinforced with the arrival of the new map of Call of Duty Warzone, the Battle royale of Call of Duty, so that both games will coexist and they will continue to grow in parallel beyond launch.

The arrival of all editions of Call of Duty Vanguard is scheduled for next November 5, 2021 on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X / S, Xbox One, and PC via Battle.net. A litmus test of two generations of consoles for a successful saga that returns to its origins taking note of what it has learned and, in the process, releases a new anti-cheat system.

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