As one might have assumed, Call of Duty: Vanguard will have an open beta. However, that’s all we really know–officially. The announcement arrived as part of the Vanguard’s reveal through an in-game Warzone event today.
MP will feature:— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) August 19, 2021
☑️ Diverse areas
☑️ New Gunsmith systems
☑️ New Champion Hill mode 🚩
☑️ That guy off-mute blasting music in the background
☑️ Teammates not playing the objective
☑️ Did we say 20 maps?
☑️ And much much more.
MP details and Open Betas coming soon!
Previously, a leak suggested Vanguard will have alpha and beta tests available on all platforms, but PlayStation users would be getting first dibs on it. This leak also gave out times for when these tests would be available to play.
Of course, this is just a bunch of rumors. Officially, all we know is that a beta exists and is coming.
The alpha test is rumored to let players try out Vanguard’s new Champion Hill mode, which is a 3v3 multiplayer mode that shares similarities to Arena in Apex Legends.
Vanguard was officially announced today after the Battle of Verdansk even in Warzone. As rumored, Vanguard is set in World War II and is being developed by Sledgehammer Games as a sort-of follow-up to the studio’s Call of Duty: WWII.