Name of Responsibility: Vanguard Launch Trailer Has Loads of Explosions, Zombies, & Extra


At present Activision launched the “launch trailer” of its upcoming FPS Name of Responsibility: Vanguard.

This may in all probability make you ask your self “Wait, isn’t it coming subsequent month?” And certainly it’s. Activision merely loves to leap the proverbial gun on launch trailers.

The “Launch Trailer” of Name of Responsibility: Black Ops Chilly Conflict premiered on October 26, 2020, whereas the sport really launched on November 13, so I assume that is par for the course. Whether or not that is an obscure advertising and marketing plot or “launch” merely means one thing totally different for Activision than it does for us, your guess is pretty much as good as mine.

Whereas we surprise collectively about that, you possibly can watch the trailer beneath.

Name of Responsibility: Vanguard is coming to PS5, PS4, Xbox Sequence X|S, Xbox One, and PC on Nov. 5.

You possibly can learn an official description beneath and check out the unique reveal, a multiplayer trailer, one other, a narrative trailer, and one devoted to Zombies.

The award-winning Name of Responsibility sequence returns with Name of Responsibility: Vanguard, through which gamers will expertise influential battles of World Conflict II as they battle for victory throughout the Jap and Western Fronts of Europe, the Pacific, and North Africa.

Create and cement your legacy as Name of Responsibility’s signature Multiplayer expertise launches an all-out assault on all fronts. Witness the rise of the Particular Forces as gamers drop into new locales with genuine World Conflict II loadouts.

Gamers will even be capable to show their mettle as they attempt to survive the relentless onslaught of the undead in a chilling new Zombies expertise, developed by Treyarch Studios.

Name of Responsibility: Vanguard will usher in a brand new and unparalleled Name of Responsibility®: Warzone™ integration submit launch.


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