Warzone fans could be in store for a journey into the past as the title gears up to return to World War II.
It has been suggested that Activision will not be revealing a new Call of Duty title at E3 this year, it has been said that there will be a WWII game developed by Sledgehammer games instead which has been codenamed Vanguard.
Reports suggest that this new title will be revealed later this year around the summer months and is said to integrate with Warzone just as we have seen in the past with Black Ops Cold War.
The last major change we saw take place in the game was the introduction of the Verdansk 84′ map which saw a new brighter aesthetic brought to the title rather than its previous dark and dismal setting.
Now, it seems that the Sledgehammer team have created a completely new map and feel for the new battle royale, Vanguard.
Warzone’s Vanguard update is set to be released with the new title before the year comes to an end, after all the Black Ops Cold War update for Warzone debuted a full six months after the new Black Ops game launched.
However, it has been suggested that Sledgehammer games have had much more time to work on the updates for Warzone compared to that of the Treyarch’s additions to Cold War.
This will be beneficial to players as hopefully this will mean there will be a lot less issues and cross-over problems from its launch date.
Fans will just have to hold out to see what is in store for the future of Warzone, be sure to check back with us at Gamerficial for the latest news and updates.