Activision is having a rough time at the moment. Besides all the legal battles the company is facing with staff and sexual harassment cases, they are also trying to keep the latest Call of Duty: Vanguard leaks under wraps. However, as much as they are trying, it is not working. Yesterday, a massive leak from Call of Duty: Vanguard spilt the beans on the game’s content. Not only did we learn about the 24 multiplayer maps, but the box art also popped up online. Today, we have the confirmation of the Call of Duty: Vanguard release date.
According to a new leak taken from the trailer, Call of Duty: Vanguard is set to launch on 5 November 2021. We also know that the game is releasing on PS5, PS4, Xbox and PC. The leaked box arts also revealed cross-gen bundles. This means users can purchase the game on PS4 and get a PS5 version along with it.
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At the moment it is unclear where this leak comes from but this is not the first time we have heard of the game’s 5 November release date. The leaker also suggests that the trailer is dropping in a few days time. So be sure to look out for it.
There are rumours that Call of Duty will be showcased during an upcoming Sony PlayStation event sometime next week. Perhaps the first trailer will simply act as a teaser for the full reveal?
Even with all the leaks that have taken place over the past few days, we still don’t much about the game’s full setting and plot. We know it is going back in time to World War II but the specifics are unclear. Earlier this year we heard that Call of Duty: Vanguard would play on its own alternate timeline where World War II didn’t end. We are going to have to wait and see how it all plans out.
You can catch up on yesterday’s crazy leaks here.
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