We had a sense that decision of Duty: Vanguard would be an enormous part of today’s opening Live event at Gamescom 2021, which clothed to be true. Not only did Geoff Keighley have actress Laura Bailey available to speak about the sport, but we also need to see an extended gameplay demo from Vanguard‘s campaign. This is often the simplest checkout Vanguard we’ve had yet.
Unfortunately, those that play Call of Duty primarily for multiplayer are getting to be disappointed, as there’s no multiplayer gameplay footage in view. What we got instead was a 10-minute gameplay demo that takes us through Vanguard‘s Stalingrad level. Throughout the extent, Polina Petrova – a personality portrayed by Bailey – is the player character.
The gameplay demo is certainly intense, with action segments break up by stealth segments. Because the game takes place during war II, we essentially see Call of Duty‘s combat the Battle of Stalingrad, a months-long conflict during which Nazi forces attempted to carry the town of Stalingrad in one of the bloodiest battles the war.
The campaign demo begins before the German invasion of Stalingrad and shows us that Petrova originally signed on to be a nurse within the Soviet army. However, when the Germans invade and start their assault on the town, Petrova has little choice but to select up arms and fight for her life.
Call of Duty:Vanguard just had its full reveal last week, so Activision and Sledgehammer Games are hitting bottom running with these announcements. Call of Duty: Vanguard is out on November 5th for Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC via Blizzard’s Battle.net.