There has been quite a boom in the gaming industry since Covid-19 entered our lives. And we must mention, most of the recent releases (primarily franchise-based games) have been living up to our expectations, like Call of Duty: Vanguard. The game didn’t fail to provide the expected performance and is expected to further improve with the release of upcoming DLCs. So let’s jump straight into the Call of Duty Vanguard review and find out if it’s worth buying. By the end of the article if you feel like playing it then you must check out Gamivo.
The parent company, Sledgehammer, has already started calling it “the best WWII FPS game” on CALLOFDUTY.COM, and we could not agree more! That’s not just the makers claiming or we are reviewing, but word of mouth from the gaming community itself supports this claim. You will have a hard time finding any website or review that’s below 50%. We will cover the tiny details of the reviews and ratings shortly. But before that, let’s clear out a few basics that will help us understand the reviews better.
Having a total of 4 game modes primarily, COD Vanguard covers up all the most-played categories so far. So let’s dive deep into all 4 game modes:
Vanguard’s campaign includes gameplay concepts similar to those seen in Modern Warfare 2, such as the ability to mount weapons on flat surfaces, interact with doors, and perform takedowns. New gameplay features allow the player to take a more sophisticated tactical approach to battle, such as blind fire from cover, breaking through destructible environmental objects, and scaling walls to create new pathways to fulfill objectives.
The most significant one, and the one where you will be spending most of your time. The multiplayer mode in Vanguard contains a total of 20 maps, 16 of which are for basic game types and the other four for a new game style called “Champion Hill,” which is said to be the next version of Gunfight, a 2v2 arena format seen in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. The feature “Combat Pacing” is added to Vanguard’s multiplayer matchmaking for the first time in the Call of Duty franchise, allowing the player to have more control over the intensity and density of basic multiplayer game types. Players may pick from three predefined pace filters (Tactical, Assault, and Blitz) that favor distinct playstyles.
About a decade ago, this mode was introduced in a few games seeing the unexpected desirability of a few games such as The House Of The Dead and many more. Since then, it has turned out to be one of the best things in shooting games. Suppose your cousins come over, or someone at your home wants to play, but you don’t want to spoil your stats, then this game mode comes in handy! Some may even call it practice mode, but we all know it’s super enjoyable!
In Call of Duty: Vanguard, there are a total of 20 maps accessible at launch. The game’s multiplayer modes include 16 of them, including two remakes from prior Call of Duty games, while the rest four are original to the game’s new Champion Hill mode.
We checked Reddit thoroughly and found some unusual user reviews, the map that’s being called THE BEST by one, is being called THE WORST by others, so it’s difficult to judge if you will agree to our list. Hence we excluded the BEST TO WORST Maps list of Vanguard. It’s best if you decide that by your own “BUT” we would love to hear from you guys and cross-check it with our list, so please comment down the COD Vanguard best map as per your experience.
The worldwide launch of the complete game is on 5th November 2021, officially for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S. It’s the 18th installment of the Call of Duty franchise.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Call of Duty: Vanguard sees the franchise return to its roots… once again. It frequently does so. Anyone who preordered on PlayStation got access to the first multiplayer beta this weekend, and I spent a good chunk of time getting my feet wet ahead of the game’s 5th November release date. If you’ve played several previous incarnations of Call of Duty, you’ll be familiar with Vanguard’s multiplayer. Actually, let me clarify that: you could think this is a WW2 skin for Call of Duty MP from last year. The only thing holding me from returning to Black Ops Cold War is a few intriguing new modes in Vanguard.
According to review aggregator Metacritic and Google user ratings, Call of Duty: Vanguard bagged mixed or mediocre reviews.
“Call of Duty: Vanguard’s highly polished campaign gives a good amount of enjoyment, even if its shorter length and lack of variation cause it to fall short of the legendary pieces of war film it’s aiming to replicate,” IGN’s Simon Cardy said in his review. “Call of Duty: Vanguard slips into the expected pitfalls of an annual release but pulls through with an enjoyable campaign and multiplayer at the cost of duller Zombies,” commented Clement Goh of CG Magazine, who also gave the game a 7 out of 10 ratings.
Unlike Battlefield 2042, which turned out to be a nightmare for many, Call of Duty: Vanguard has mostly pleased its buyers so far. Based on the acceptance so far, we can surely recommend you to go with this one and have a good time!
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