The anticipation for Beta Call of Duty Vanguard is about to come to an end in no time. From September 18 to 20 the open beta would be available to all players on all platforms including; PlayStation 5, PC, Xbox Series X/S, and Xbox One. For players on these platforms who are interested, the beta will be open to them.
For months, there have been rumors about leaks for Call of Duty Vanguard. Some of these supposedly said rumors have turned out to be true. The game has a World War 2 setting that showcases an explosive single-player campaign that takes players through the four WW2 theaters of war. The game doesn’t only include its campaign, it also includes multiplayer, Zombies mode, Call of Duty: Warzone integration, and lots more. Players actually have a lot to expect from this game. The developers of this game, Sledgehammer Games put in a lot in this game especially with something fresh in the multiplayer feature. Something no one has seen before.
How to Play Call of Duty: Vanguard Beta
From September 18 to 20, Beta Call of Duty Vanguard will be released to players on all platforms. Just so you know, PlayStation players can get it by pre-ordering. Meaning players get to have much earlier access to the game. The pre-order will be available the first weekend which is September 10 to 13 and this is only for PlayStation players. Also, players who pre-ordered on PC and Xbox platforms will gain access from September 16.
Call of Duty: Vanguard’s Beta Available Game Modes
When it comes to the game modes fans should anticipate, one thing is for sure, beta has more features than the alpha. Its features include:
- Team Deathmatch
- Kill Confirmed
- Search and Destroy
Players can also check out Champion Hill squads of one, two, and three.
New Modes Introduced Through Call of Duty: Vanguard’s Beta
This feature is a face-off between squads until one squad is left as the last squad standing. It is a tournament-like structure. There are different rounds in Champion Hill and in these rounds, players are able to buy weapons and gears using money earned from their performances in the game.
Another mode introduced to Call of Duty: Vanguard’s beta is Patrol.
Patrol is a new mode introduced to Call of Duty. In this mode, teams get to fight over control. Specifically control over an area of the map. This mode is an evolution of domination. In Patrol, the area keeps moving around the map and this makes players keep following the map around and also adapt to it. Also, Call of Duty Vanguard has affirmed that the maps won’t be excluded in the beta. Call of Duty Vanguard also has a new Combat Pacing feature.
In this mode, players can select the intensity they desire their matches to be played, covering Assault, Blitz, and Tactical. The amazing thing about the Combat Pacing feature is that it gives players the opportunity to customize their own game experience.