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Multiple content creators received the video below from publisher Activision on Friday and shared it on social media.
The short clip doesn’t give much away but it was reportedly accompanied by the title “Western Front,” which was the European theatre of combat in World War 2.
Call of Duty’s developers are reportedly planning to reveal Call of Duty: Vanguard on August 19.
It will feature a campaign, multiplayer and Zombies modes set in the European and Pacific theatres of WW2, according to VGC’s sources.
Call of Duty: Vanguard promotional material leaked earlier this week, with artwork revealing several editions, plans for an open beta and more.
Activision and the title’s developer, Sledgehammer Games, acknowledged the leaks via Twitter on Thursday.
According to Modern Warzone and reputable leaker Tom Henderson, a Call of Duty Vanguard alpha test is scheduled for August 27-29, ahead of a PlayStation beta from September 10-12, and a beta on all platforms from September 16-20.
The game will reportedly be released on November 5, ahead of the launch of Season 1 on November 23.
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Discussing the officially unnamed Call of Duty game during Activision Blizzard’s second quarter earnings call this month, president and chief operating officer Daniel Alegre said the title is still scheduled for release during the fourth quarter of 2021.
“From a setting that our fans know and love to an incredible amount of content in development including an extensive live ops schedule, we believe this release will be incredibly well received,” he said.
According to VGC’s sources, Vanguard will launch alongside an entirely new Warzone map said to be set in the Pacific theatre and significantly larger than the current Verdansk map.