Activision and Sledgehammer Games launched a new trailer of Call of Duty: Vanguard Today that gave the possible fanatics a better idea of how realistic the next shooter will be. Thanks to the help of two renowned photojournalists who have covered wars in the past, Sledgehammer was able to provide each photographer the ability to capture a series of unique tomas of the world of vanguardia . And now, those images are being sold and the profits are destined for charities.
Seen in the new video, which can be seen next, Sledgehammer Games was able to equip Alex Potter and Sebastiano Piccolomini with technology that would allow them to cross the landscape that has been created inside Call of Duty: Vanguard . Thanks to the development tools that Sledgehammer has at his disposal, the study was able to establish a version of the battlefields that could have been seen during the Second World War within vanguardia . From there, Potter and Piccolomini could venture through this virtual landscape and document the experience. These were situations that would normally capture, Potter said in an attached press release. I was impressed by the kinetic and immersive it was all, added Piccolomini. As photographers, this is how the conflict is seen.
As mentioned, the images that were taken during this session are available to buy right now through Bleecker Trading. Four images were captured in total, and each received only a maximum of 25 copies. The funds that accumulate through this program will be donated to The Call of Duty Endowment, which is an organization that Activision established in recent years to help veterans find careers after their time working in the army.
When it comes to Call of Duty: Vanguard in itself, the new parts of the game that are shown in this trailer continue to look quite impressive in general. Fortunately, we will not have to wait much more to see how the complete game is like vanguardia is about to launch next month on November 5. When it is launch, it will be directed to the Xbox Series X, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4 and PC platforms.