Call of Duty: Vanguard isn’t launched till subsequent month, however discussions of a sequel all the time begin to emerge within the days main up to launch. As reported by Video Games Chronicle, throughout a New York Comic Con panel, considered one of Vanguard’s writers revealed they’re hoping gamers will just like the game sufficient that they’ll create not one, however two extra Call of Duty: Vanguard sequels.
Sledgehammer Games’ Sam Maggs mentioned the thought behind creating Vanguard’s characters was that they may grow to be collection figureheads. If gamers may get behind the characters and grow to be invested of their story, this might give them the prospect to create the sequels they take into account:
We got here into this course of saying, ‘how do we make the iconic CoD characters?’ since you don’t actually have that in Call of Duty proper now. You know when you consider a game like Halo, you consider Master Chief, however once you consider CoD there’s not likely these standout characters. And so we got here into this being like, ‘who could be our flagship CoD characters?’ as a result of we wish to make Vanguard 2 and Vanguard 3, as a result of we have now two extra tales that we actually need to inform with these characters. So, we hope that if individuals love them as a lot as we do, that we get to proceed to inform the story of those individuals and make them type of like figureheads for this period of CoD principally.
The Call of Duty: Vanguard marketing campaign will concentrate on “the untold stories of multinational heroes” and have 4 playable characters: Arthur Kingsley, Polina Petrova, Lucas Riggs, and Wade Jackson. These people will be a part of forces as Task Force One to cease Project Phoenix, a post-war scheme led by German SS and Gestapo interrogator Hermann Wenzel Freisinger. All of those characters characteristic in a brand new story trailer that exhibits the battle they’ll face throughout North Africa, the Eastern Front, the Western Front, and the Pacific Theater.
At the top, the video additionally states that PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 gamers will get “exclusive benefits” all year long, in step with PlayStation’s long-running partnerships with Activision and Call of Duty. In the previous these have included unique modes, bonus XP, and further loadout slots. This shall be bonus content material and different advantages that gained’t be accessible on different platforms till a yr later, November 1, 2022. There are not any different particulars on what advantages PlayStation gamers will get this yr, however we’re certain to be taught extra earlier than Call of Duty: Vanguard is launched on November 5. Before that, we’re set to see what precisely what Sledgehammer and Treyarch have in retailer for Vanguard’s Zombies mode in a reveal due to happen at 8am PST tomorrow, October 14.
[Source: Video Games Chronicle]