Vanguard aims high with its multiplayer, with the usual action and more maps than ever

As promised, Activision has presented today the multiplayer mode of Call of Duty: Vanguard, a new installment of its star war game, which this time brings us back to the Second World War with the dose of action that we like so much every year.

Undoubtedly, the protagonist is the Champion’s Hill mode (Hill’s Champion) previously announced: a more ambitious version of the classic MW 2019 Shootout structured as an elimination tournament and with options to buy new equipment between round and round.

But it is by no means the only novelty, of course. For example, Sledgehammer talks about a collection of more than 20 maps available from day one. They will be quite flexible, too, because they all support multiple settings of intensity —That is, 2v. 2 through 12 vs. 12— and internally, they also allow a lot of freedom of movement.

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We have back the tactical sprint, along with options to anchor weapons in covers and doors; he returns armero and the ability to change specialization without going through the respawn menu is also integrated. I have had the opportunity to test Call of Duty: Vanguard and comment on my impressions with the 3DJuegos audience, in case you want more information.

Call of Duty: Vanguard will be available on Battle.net on November 5, along with the console versions. You will not have to wait until then to play it, yes, because a open beta. If you reserve the game, you will be able to participate from September 16, and if this is not the case, you will have to wait until the 18th to enter. Lasts until the 20th.