Call of Duty plans on going back to World War 2 this year, as the rumoured title for this year is Call of Duty World War 2 Vanguard, and according to the latest tip, the game is currently struggling to run properly on last-gen consoles.
Now, it is important to understand that Activision has not officially confirmed the title for the next Call of Duty instalment, but the company has confirmed that there is going to be a new Call of Duty later this year; probably around the holiday season. So far, the rumours that we have heard point that the game is being developed by Sledgehammer Games and will be launching on PC, PS5, Xbox One X|S, and last-gen consoles, as well.
A well-known veteran about Call of Duty Tom Henderson has decided to talk about how Vanguard is launching on both current and last-gen consoles. Henderson also talked about how next year’s Call of Duty is being developed by Infinity Ward and could launch on both current last-generation consoles.
In a tweet, Henderson talked about how,
WW2 Vanguard is going to be held back so bad by previous generation consoles, and from my understanding, they are planning previous gen for both Vanguard and IW’s next title.
Henderson went on and followed up with some tweets in which he talked about how the new Call of Duty instalment should be exclusive only to PlayStation 5 and Xbox One X|S.
At the moment, the latest Call of Duty instalment that is available in the Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, and has been selling really well, as well. The game is available on all major platforms including PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and Series S, Microsoft Windows.
As far as Call of Duty: World War 2 Vanguard is concerned, we will keep you posted as there is more news.