Recently, the team behind Call of Duty: Vanguard detailed the single player experience. The upcoming game isn’t just about WWII, but rather examines how the world we know could have been destroyed after it. You will follow five ordinary soldiers who become heroes, exploring the origins of the original Task Force One, where our Special Forces took their roots. Sounds intriguing? Read on to dive deeper.
We will start at the end … to start at the beginning
According to the blog post, the game actually begins at the climax where a newly recruited operator from Task Force One is en route to a submarine facility where you, the operator, are about to infiltrate. the complex to obtain Axis military intelligence. You will have five soldiers as teammates whose individual actions help turn the tide of the war.
Become a team with five different soldiers who helped form the International Special Forces Group
Starting with Private Lucas Riggs of the North African Campaign to Lt. Wade Jackson of the Pacific, Lt. Polina Petrova of the Eastern Front and Chief Sergeant Arthur Kingsley of the 9th Parachute Battalion of the British Army , your squad is made up of soldiers from all over the world.
Throughout the Vanguard Campaign, you’ll experience the moments that turned these soldiers of ordinary men into international heroes as they come together to form Task Force One. At the end, you’ll find out who is behind Project Phoenix, what your goal is to stop, and you’ll come face to face with the ruthless Nazi officer Hermann Wenzel Freisinger.
Taking from 9to5Toys
While I’ve moved away from some of the multiplayer aspects of the new FPS games, something I love more than ever is the campaign aspect. Give me a story, a purpose, and a reason for being there other than getting the most casualties, and I’ll stick around for hours.
Some games work well without a campaign, but that’s something a lot of titles miss. At first I wasn’t very interested in Vanguard, as it seemed like “just another Call of Duty game”, but with the unique aspects of the storytelling described here, I’m pretty excited to see what the campaign has to do. to bring. We’ve already seen a WWII CoD come out in 2017, which was a favorite of mine for years. However, it will be very interesting to see what happens to the story this time around, four years later.
Call of Duty: Vanguard launches on November 5 and we can’t wait to see what it brings. We’re working hard to prepare for our in-depth annual game review at launch or shortly thereafter, so stay tuned for more 9to5Toys for everything related to Call of Duty.
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