Call Of Duty: Warzone is headed to the Pacific for its subsequent map. It’s going to launch alongside Call Of Duty: Vanguard, and the primary footage of the brand new locale was proven throughout tonight’s Vanguard multiplayer reveal. You possibly can watch the complete video beneath, which has particulars of latest modes and maps that might be included on this weekend’s beta.
This is the video, with the Warzone footage saved till the very finish:
The Pacific map for Warzone is across the similar measurement as Verdansk, Warzone’s present residence. Bar the pictures of the tropical setting, there wasn’t numerous info we did not have already got within the above video. As an alternative Raven Software program’s Amos Hodge reiterated what we already knew, which is that the Warzone replace was constructed on the identical tech as the remainder of Vanguard, permitting for “seamless weapon integration and play steadiness,” and that it could include new anti-cheat software program. Hodge additionally confirmed that participant development and unlocks would persist onto the brand new map.
For the opposite 25 minutes, we received a have a look at Vanguard’s multiplayer. That features newly destructible ranges, climate results, adjustments to blindfire and mounted hearth, and new modes. The brand new modes contains the beforehand introduced 2v2 Champion Hill mode, but in addition Patrol.
Patrol seems like Name Of Obligation’s Hardpoint mode crossed with Staff Fortress 2’s Payload. There is a single management level that slowly strikes from one aspect of the map to the opposite, and groups want to face near it to attain factors. In contrast to Payload, groups aren’t break up into attackers and defenders; the management level continues to maneuver whether or not anybody is standing subsequent to it or not, and a staff wins by reaching 200 factors.
Name Of Obligation: Vanguard’s PC beta will run on September sixteenth and seventeenth for individuals who pre-order, with an open beta from 18th-Twentieth for everybody else.
In the meantime, Vanguard publishers Activision Blizzard are going through a lawsuit related to an alleged toxic workplace culture. Extra lately, the State of California’s Division of Truthful Employment and Housing, who’re bringing the go well with, alleged that Activison Blizzard shredded documents relevant to their investigation.
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