According to reports, new rumors seem to suggest that Call of Duty WWII: Vanguard could be the title of the new chapter of the Activision shooter series, whose development is currently underway at the Sledgehammer Games studios.
The rumors refer to the working title (provisional, given to a project) indicated on the website of ModernWarfarezone. Pending official communications on the matter, it is therefore good to clarify that the Call of Duty WWII: Vanguard title could be completely different.
Regardless of whether the word “Vanguard” may or may not appear in the official title of the new Call of Duty, the setting seems to be that of the Second World War. Sledgehammer Games was the software house that already dedicated itself to Call of Duty: WWII in 2017, so those who work there are quite prepared on the subject.
Furthermore, Activision has confirmed that the new chapter of its shooter series will arrive by the end of 2021 (therefore towards November, presumably, as is now the practice). It is likely – as has happened in previous years – that new updates on Call of Duty WWI: Vanguard (or whatever the official title will be) will be released in the course of this summer.
Activision recently clashed hard with over 30,000 cheaters, banning them from their servers in Call of Duty Warzone, the company’s Battle Royale vision. The game is currently available for free on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and Windows PC and has recently received a graphic update that allows players to get several improvements in this respect.
The overall quality of the textures has been increased with the release of an update that has updated the game to version 1.33 (launched first on PlayStation 4 and PS5, then on Xbox One and Series X/S). The latest chapter currently available on PC and console of the series is Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, launched last November.