Sledgehammer Games is a subsidiary video game developer to Activision, based in California, in the United States. It was created in 2009 by the Glen Schofield and Michael Condrey veterans, who had previously belonged to the Visceral Games team. Your most important video games are Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, co-developed with INFINITY WARD and that went on sale in 2011, and Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, released in 2014, being completely developed by them. The study was in charge of developing Call of Duty: WWII, game set in the Second World War, returning to the roots of the first deliveries, with a launch date of November 3, 2017. They also collaborated with Infinity Ward in Call of Duty : Modern Warfare (2019).
Before its launch in just over a month, Activision and the developer Sledgehammer Games today released a new Trailer of Call of Duty: Vanguard. Although much of what has been shown VANGUARDIA Up to this point has focused on the multiplayer component of the game, Sledgehammer Games has opted today by highlighting the component for a player. And although this new video does not present essentially no game footage, presents the many characters and narratives that will explore the campaign.
Altogether, this new Call of Duty: Vanguard The trailer reveals that the history of the game will focus on a joint cast. Instead of allowing players to only control a single character in the course of the campaign, the game apparently will allow them to control a pilot, an expert in demolitions and a sniper, to name some of the various characters that were revealed.
As mentioned, while the Call of Duty campaign: Vanguard is the main thing Sledgehammer Games is showing today, it is only a component of the title. As usual, the multiplayer mode will be another great aspect of vanguardia, which is why Activision has already given players the possibility of testing both alpha and beta form in recent months. In addition, Zombies mode will also return to Call of Duty: Vanguard and will be developed by Treyarch. At this time, however, we have not shown us how the zombies will really be seen this time, but we should start learning more in the near future.
If you still did not have the date in a circle on your calendar, Call of Duty: Vanguard is about to launch next month on November 5. The last entry of the series will also reach the PlayStation 5 platforms, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X, Xbox One and PC when you reach the stores.
What do you think of the Call of Duty campaign: Vanguard based on this new trailer? Are you thinking about choosing the game for yourself when it is launch next month? Let me know your thoughts in the comments or contact me on social networks in @ mooreman12.