Electronic Arts has already revealed the new installment of the Battlefield series, but what about its greatest competitor, Call of Duty series? Apparently, we'll still have to wait for Vanguard's announcement. Video Games Chronicle reports that this year's CoD will not be appearing at E3 2021. The title is expected to be unveiled later this summer.
VGC claims that the announcement of Call of Duty: Vanguard could come in the form of a CoD: Warzone event. As a result, the free-to-play installment of the series will receive a new map, the "largest and most ambitious" in the series' history. It will be inspired by the Pacific theatre of World War II and will replace Verdansk simultaneously with the launch of Vanguard in November 2021 on PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S and PlayStation 5. That's also when Warzone wil get new vehicles, and the game's "technology" will be updated (both games are supposed to use the exact same engine, unlike Black Ops: Cold War).
We would like to point out that this is not official information from Activision or Sledgehammer Games, although it comes from a reliable source. The publisher was only said to have confirmed the reveal of a new trailer for Season 4 in Warzone, which will be seen today as part of the inaugural stream of Summer Game Fest 2021.
- Call of Duty - official website