2021’s Name of Obligation recreation, CoD Vanguard, is out of the bag. Activision not too long ago unveiled loads of particulars to get CoD followers hyped. From a single-player WW2 marketing campaign to large updates to CoD Warzone there was one thing for everybody.
Though, one of many largest surprises of the evening was the addition of Zombies. Sure, that’s proper. For one of many first time in CoD’s historical past, we can have back-to-back Zombies. The perfect bit is the Name of Obligation Vanguard Zombies mode is that it has a story growing on the latest revelations from Black Ops Chilly Conflict.
The story behind Vanguard’s zombie mode intertwines with the occasions within the Black Ops Chilly Conflict’s Darkish Aether plot. WW2 is about roughly 20 years earlier than the dates we see within the Chilly Conflict. Maybe we might learn how a zombie virus broke out in a Russian zoo?.
Nevertheless, there may be ample alternative to attach the Darkish Aether story all of the again to World at Conflict’s occasions. Treyarch first made the well-known zombies mode again in 2008, utilizing the mad Nazi scientist idea to make the final word military. Whereas the zombies have change into extra developed within the lore and mechanics in latest CoD video games, there might be easter eggs to WaW. Maybe we might even get lore tie ins to World at Conflict’s zombie maps, and themes. Might we get a remastered zombies map from the unique days since CoDs characteristic remastered multiplayer maps like Nuketown? That might be cool now, wouldn’t it?
After all, that is all fully hypothesis. Activision merely talked about that Treyarch is engaged on the Name of Obligation Vanguard Zombie mode, whereas different studios work on different elements of Vanguard. In case you are a significant zombies fan, then we all know extra info is coming quickly. Activision confirmed that extra info is approaching All Hallows Eve of their announcement weblog, which interprets to Halloween. It’s potential we will get extra teasers and snippets earlier than then, however that is all we’ve got for now.