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Call of Duty WWII: Vanguard Multiplayer Will Be Black Ops Cold War 2.0, Insider Says

With Call of Duty WWII: Vanguard a new title is in development with some multiplayer component. Now the leaker Tom Henderson has revealed some more alleged information about this year’s part.

Call of Duty WWII: Vanguard multiplayer details leaked

Activision has not yet officially announced this year’s Call of Duty spin-off. However, the rumor mill has already more or less confirmed that Sledgehammer Games is working on Call of Duty WWII: Vanguard. Now Tom Henderson, a generally reliable leaker around Call of Duty, has revealed some more information that doesn’t sound too positive.

As is known, several development studios are working on the Battle Royale title Call of Duty: Warzone. In Call of Duty WWII: Vanguard, however, Sledgehammer Games should stand alone on the floor. And this should also be felt especially in multiplayer. So said Henderson:

When it comes to multiplayer in Vanguard, everything I’ve heard throughout the course of development, is that it just isn’t going to be that great. It’s not going to be unique in any kind of way, and instead it’s essentially going to be a Black Ops Cold War 2.0. Now, the reason for that is Sledgehammer Games have tried to do a lot of different things with Vanguard to set it apart from [Call of Duty: WWII], however, a lot of those features never made it fruition, they were cut for whatever reason, and instead, this is pretty much a traditional Call of Duty title.

Allegedly, the new part will come with eight multiplayer maps, with the game modes Headquarters from Call of Duty: WWII and Ground War from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare also returning. For the Zombies mode, Treyarch should help a little with the plot and the Easter Eggs, whereby Sledgehammer will also work on it independently.

Whether Henderson’s statements are ultimately true, we will see in a few months, when Activision and Sledgehammer Games also officially announce the new part.