Eurogamer and Modern Warzone are both reporting that this year’s Call Of Duty game is currently titled Call Of Duty: Vanguard and is set to take place during World War 2. The game is apparently being developed by Sledgehammer, which makes sense given they developed the 2017 WW2 title.
Where the two reports are conflicting at moment is the fact that Modern Warzone understands that the game will take place in an alternate timeline where World War 2 didn’t end in 1945, but Eurogamer reports that Vanguard will have a traditional WW2 setting.
Generally, Call Of Duty leaks are spot on, and this isn’t the first time that it’s been suggested that Call Of Duty would return to WW2 this year under the helm of Sledgehammer.
It’s at about this time of the year where we start getting teases for the next Call Of Duty game. Last year, we saw Black Ops Cold War slowly teased in Warzone, so it’ll be interesting to see if that takes place again this year.
We’ll keep you posted on any updates as they come through.