Call of Duty fans have been desperate for any information they can get on this years new title, but some new information has a lot of players less than impressed.
Everything we know so far about this years Call of Duty title, Vanguard has been met with a positive reception from fans so far, however some recent information has seemed to leave some fans disappointed.
Sledgehammer Games have revealed that Vanguard will feature a WWII campaign, the title will focus on the takedown of the Nazi party. The storyline will revolve around four war heroes across four different areas of the war including Eastern Front, North Africa, Pacific Front and Western Front.
Vanguard is also going to feature a continuation to Treyarch’s Dark Aether Zombies storyline and will integrate with Warzone while running on Infinity Wards’ Modern Warfare engine.
Since all of this information has been revealed, the hype has continued to build and fans have been getting excited before the title is officially released.
However, the positive reactions have all came crashing down as fans were made aware of the return of Doors.
‘INTELCallofDuty’ took to Twitter to share the news with fans, the post read “Doors are back too.
These leaks that have surfaced online suggest that doors will be returning with the launch of Vanguard, although there will be a particular setting present that will assist players in closing them automatically.
The decision was made as Sledgehammer Games are looking to freshen up the game by adding doors, trap doors, windows and various walls that can be torn down in order to give players new angles of gunfire.
Players first saw doors come to the game in Modern Warfare and while the doors seemed to work perfectly in the games campaign, they appeared to face a number of issues over in multiplayer.
Now, hearing that doors may be returning has left fans concerned, of course with nothing yet confirmed regarding this we must take this information with a pinch of salt.
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