Guns, characters, and missions are revealed in the Call of Duty Vanguard campaign trailer.


Guns, characters, and missions are revealed in the Call of Duty Vanguard campaign trailer.

ACTIVISION has offered gamers their first comprehensive glimpse at Call of Duty’s action-packed single-player mode.

On Monday, the story trailer for Call of Duty Vanguard was released on YouTube, giving fans a first look at the game’s characters, weapons, and missions.

The game’s much-anticipated online multiplayer option has already been given a sneak peek to fans.

While its competitive counterpart gets all the attention, Call of Duty’s campaign mode is also a big appeal for the game.

Vanguard will be released next month, and its story mode will center on the early 1940s roots of the special forces.

Project Phoenix, a hypothetical Nazi campaign to find Hitler’s successor, is the subject of the Vanguard Campaign.

As part of a new, special unit named Mission Force One, Allied command learns of this and assigns Operators the task of finding — and preventing – the scheme.

According to the trailer, you’ll mostly play as British soldier Sergeant Arthur Kingsley, Task Force One’s leader and “heart.”

Wade Jackson, Lucas Riggs, and Polina Petrova are among the operatives, as is Richard Webb, Kingsley’s right-hand man and pal.

They’re up against Hermann Wenzel Freisinger, the principal protagonist and quintessential Nazi Oberst-Gruppenführer.

He’s the SS’s senior interrogator and the enigmatic Project Phoenix’s secret creator.

The film also teases a variety of mission locales, including what appears to be a mission set during the D-Day landings in northern France.

In some manner, all of the characters are based on real people.

Sgt. Arthur Kingsley of the 9th Parachute Battalion is inspired by Sidney Cornell, a real-life serviceman from Portsmouth, England, whose father was African-American.

Lt. Polina Petrova of the 138th Rifle Division is up next.

Lyudmila Pavlichenko, an experienced sniper who is credited with being the most effective marksman in World War II, with a total of 309 kills, is her inspiration.

Lyudmila began her military career as a nurse, and her path is mirrored in the game, as she rises through the ranks to become a commander during the Battle of Stalingrad.

Captain Wade Jackson, of Scouting Squadron Six, was inspired by Vernon Michael, a brilliant airman from Canada.

Finally, here’s 2nd Lieutenant Lucas Riggs of the 20th Battalion of the Australian Army.

Charles Upham, a New Zealand soldier who got the Victoria Cross twice, is an inspiration to him.

Call of Duty: Vanguard is the next installment in the hugely successful shooter franchise.

The production, which was produced by Sledgehammer Games and distributed by Activision, returns to World War 2.

It will also expand across all major battle fronts, including North Africa, the Pacific, the Western, and Eastern fronts.

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