Call of Duty: Vanguard won’t be released until next month, but discussions about a sequel always start in the days leading up to its release. As reported by Video Games Chronicle during a New York Comic Con panel, was one of vanguard The writers said they hope players will enjoy the game enough that they can create not one but two more Call of Duty: Vanguard Sequels.
Sam Maggs from Sledgehammer Games said the idea behind the creation vanguard Characters was that they could become figureheads of the series. If players could stand behind the characters and invest in their story, this could give them the chance to create the sequels they envision:
We got into this process and said, ‘How do we do the iconic CoD characters?’ because you don’t really have that in Call of Duty right now. You know, when you think of a game like Halo you think of Master Chief, but when you think of CoD, there really aren’t these standout characters. And so we came to this question: “Who could our flagship CoD characters be?” because we want to do Vanguard 2 and Vanguard 3, because we have two more stories that we really want to tell with these characters. So we hope that if people love them as much as we do, we’ll keep telling these people’s stories and basically make them kind of a figurehead for this era of CoD.
the Call of Duty: Vanguard The campaign focuses on “the untold stories of multinational heroes” and features four playable characters: Arthur Kingsley, Polina Petrova, Lucas Riggs and Wade Jackson. These people will unite as Task Force One to stop Project Phoenix, a post-war project led by the German SS and Gestapo interrogator Hermann Wenzel Freisinger. All of these characters can be seen in a new story trailer that depicts the conflict they will face in North Africa, the Eastern Front, the Western Front and the Pacific.
At the end of the video, the video also states that PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 players will receive “exclusive benefits” all year round, in line with PlayStation’s longstanding partnerships with Activision and call of Duty. In the past, these were exclusive modes, bonus XP and additional loading slots. This will be bonus content and other benefits that won’t be available on other platforms until a year later, on November 1st, 2022. There are no further details on the benefits PlayStation players will get this year, but we will sure learn more before Call of Duty: Vanguard will be released on November 5th. Before that, we’ll see what exactly Sledgehammer and Treyarch have in store vanguard Zombies Mode in a reveal scheduled for tomorrow, October 14th at 8 a.m. PST.[Source: Video Games Chronicle]