The next entry of Call of Duty, which is rumored to return the series to World War II with the assumed title "Vanguard", will not appear at E3 this year according to VGC.
Sledgehammer Games, the Call of Duty: World War 2 studio, has confirmed that this year's Call of Duty entry will be developed. But according to VGC, the game will not be confirmed next week. Rather, like Black Ops – Cold War, it is suspected that Vanguard will be announced via a Warzone in-game event later this year.
The Vanguard issue raises many questions for Warzone, which has been confirmed as a key part of this year's entry. After all, the real battle was already struggling to adapt to the 1980s: how would it go with a bigger leap into the 1940s?
But sources told VGC that in reality this time there may be a much smoother transition.
“For the 2021 game, Sledgehammer has had a lot more time to prepare for Vanguard & # 39; s Warzone links and we understand that it has a significant amount of content planned for the Battle Royale game, which will officially move to World War II, a few months later in the 1980s. "
Supposedly, this transition includes a new map. More than a weather-changed Verdansk, Vanguard can come up with a huge map of the Pacific, a “significantly larger” than the current map of the war zone.
That said, Activision has not yet formally announced this year's Call of Duty. But Morgan still believes we are this year will not get the right sequel, instead would long for the future filming of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.