Since the beginning forefront Fast approaching, a multiplayer trailer has officially been revealed, enough to fill your adrenaline before D-Day!
In a few weeks, fans of the franchise will finally be able to get their hands on the new Call of Duty, but before that Activision intends to make their mouths water by revealing step-by-step what Vanguard has in the belly.
In August, during a live event in Warzone, battle royale players were treated to OFFICIAL OFFER by Vanguard. Soon, the first pictures of the campaign and announcing a open beta After that, he further excited the enthusiasm of fans of the franchise.
However, as with every new Call of Duty game, it’s the multiplayer mode that catches the eye above all else. Fortunately, players won’t have to wait long to catch a glimpse of it.
Call of Duty: Multiplayer Pro Trailer
This Tuesday, September 7, players finally get a glimpse of what the multiplayer mode has in store for them in the next Call of Duty. The least we can say is that this 28-minute trailer will not leave anyone indifferent.
Since it was put online, the number of views and comments has skyrocketed, so many netizens have been tempted by this appetizer.
It must be said that as in all Call of Duty clips, they were entitled to a great deal of action, but also many revelations.
The new Warzone map will be located in the Pacific 🌴
This will be available by the end of the year More info soon… pic.twitter.com/YKFwsHnnzg
– DEXERTO.FR (DexertoFR) September 7, 2021
From browsing the different environments to giving players a detailed look at the different weapons in action, as well as their own customization, the next installment in the franchise is eagerly awaited by gamers who can’t wait to get involved.
The developers at Sledgehammer Games also spoke in this trailer to give the community more in-depth details regarding next-gen performance, PC optimization, the Vanguard Warzone experience, and more.
After this show that will attract a lot of attention, all that remains is to wait for the next step, Open beta starts.
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