After today’s Warzone Anti-Cheat update, Call of Duty Vanguard Zombies will be revealed.
The second phase of the Dark Aether Story will be revealed later today with the Call of Duty Vanguard Zombies release.
Fans of Call of Duty Zombies will want to watch today’s Call of Duty Vanguard broadcast on YouTube.
Activision has promised that the first details about the upcoming Zombies campaign will be revealed in 2021.
The good news is that we know when everything will start, even if we don’t know how much information we’ll get.
According to what has been known thus far, the first trailer for Call of Duty Vanguard Zombies will be released at 4pm BST (8am PDT) in North America.
The teaser is likely to be part of a broader unveiling that begins on October 14 and includes information about the new zombie adventure’s story and surroundings.
More Call of Duty Zombies action is expected, based on the popular endless round levels first released in World at War.
However, Zombies Outbreak has been a huge hit, and there’s a chance that something similar will come to Vanguard in the future.
“We’re delighted to reveal a franchise-first crossover as Call of Duty: Vanguard contains an all-new Zombies game mode with development spearheaded by Treyarch Studios,” says the first description of Vanguard Zombies. This cooperative experience builds on and intertwines with the Dark Aether plot to create extremely compelling lore, all while advancing the mode’s basic gameplay.
“When Vanguard debuts on November 5, experience the horrible horrors of the prequel to Black Ops Cold War Zombies while fending off the undead onslaught.”
Activision also revealed plans for a new anti-cheat mechanism that would work in both Warzone and Vanguard this week.
Ricochet will use kernel-level technology and server support to combat the widespread cheating in Call of Duty games.
These safeguards are currently being deployed on PC, with no plans to release them on consoles in the near future.
When reading the description of what would be used, this sounds reasonable, yet it most certainly misses out Cronus exploits.
“RICOCHET Anti-backend Cheat’s anti-cheat security improvements will arrive alongside Call of Duty®: Vanguard, and later this year with the Pacific update for Call of Duty: Warzone,” reads the complete description.
“Brinkwire Summary News” says, “In addition to server advancements coming.”