A ton of Call of Duty: Vanguard images and details have surfaced online, along with a report which says a full reveal of the upcoming shooter is arriving on August 19.
The report comes from DualShockers, which claim several sources have said an August 19 date is in place for an official update on Call of Duty: Vanguard. There have also been several rumours circulating about a PlayStation State of Play event taking place on the same day, suggesting the two may be directly connected if true.
As for what has surfaced so far, several images of the alleged box art have been making the rounds. While they don't reveal too much, they do seemingly confirm a cross-gen bundle will be returning, meaning players will not be eligible for a free upgrade to next-gen. It also appears an early access open beta will be coming before launch too.
Tom Henderson, the author of the original DualShockers report, also tweeted a cryptic image that has November 5 circled on a calendar. This would appear to hint towards this being the release date for Call of Duty: Vanguard.
It's already been said that this year's Call of Duty will be "built for next-gen". It will also feature a single-player campaign, multiplayer and a co-operative element, according to Activision. It's all hands on deck for the upcoming instalment, as pretty much every studio under the Activision banner is working on this year's entry. Will all that hard work pay off? We guess it won't be too much longer until we find out.
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