Call of Duty: Vanguard may have fairly the multiplayer providing at launch with 20 base maps, new modes like Patrol and Champion Hill, and several other returning options like Gunsmith. However, it additionally options some nods to earlier World War 2 titles, particularly Call of Duty: World at War. In a brand new weblog submit, Sledgehammer Games confirmed that Castle and Dome from the 2008 shooter will probably be coming to Vanguard.
Describing these as “love letters” for followers of World at War, each maps will “obtain adjustments via reactive environments. Castle, in its Vanguard kind, will see all its iconic shoji screens turn out to be destructible.” But that’s not all. Though it wasn’t talked about in the course of the latest stream, senior growth director Adam Iscove revealed on Twitter that console gamers would be capable of regulate the sphere of view.
Tweeting the information in a screenshot, which showcased PlayStation button prompts within the Graphics menu settings, there’s no affirmation as as to whether that is current-gen unique or applies to earlier gen consoles as properly. Nevertheless, it’s good to see an eagerly requested characteristic added in.
Call of Duty: Vanguard launches on November fifth for Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PS4, PS5 and PC. Its multiplayer beta will begin this weekend from September tenth to thirteenth for PlayStation pre-orders whereas different platform pre-orders acquire entry on September sixteenth to twentieth. For extra particulars on new options within the multiplayer, head right here.
— Adam Iscove (@AdamIscove) (*2*)