The Alpha for Call of Duty: Vanguard is just a few days away, and PlayStation owners will be the first to play it. Champion Hill, a brand-new game mode that will be available in the next Alpha test, has received a clip from developer Sledgehammer Games.
Despite the fact that Call of Duty: Vanguard is set during World War II, it has no relation to the 2017 Call of Duty: WW2. Vanguard offers a strong multiplayer offering, with 20 maps, 16 of which may be played for all primary playlists and the remaining four for Champion Hill alone. It also includes a single-player narrative that covers four separate World War II frontlines, as well as a Zombies mode developed by Treyarch in conjunction with Sledgehammer Games.
The creators define champion Hill as a “multi-arena survival competition.” Players will play in groups of two or three against seven other squads, with each team having a restricted number of beginning lives.
The goal is to decrease the total number of lives of all other squads to zero. In Champion Hill, all players start with the identical loadout but earn money by beating enemies and collecting drops scattered around the area.
As predicted, the money will be used to improve players’ arsenals and unlock new Perks and Killstreaks. The accompanying clip will offer fans a clearer sense of what to anticipate from Call of Duty: Vanguard’s new game mode.
The Champion Hill arena has a central purchasing station as well as all four maps: Airstrip, Trainyard, Market, and Courtyard. According to the blog post, members of a vanquished team can enter Spectate Mode, which gives them a bird’s eye perspective of the action. The blog article then goes on to provide some survival advice for gamers in this newest round of the Call of Duty franchise.
Champion Hill appears to be a fun concept that will offer more variation to the already impressive amount of game modes included with each Call of Duty release. It should be a wonderful addition to the main multiplayer set of games, but it is too early to tell if Champion Hill will be able to attract its own committed following.
Call of Duty: Vanguard has been confirmed to attend Gamescom 2021, and fans can expect to see additional gameplay videos there. It should be noted that participation in the alpha does not need a PlayStation Plus subscription. A pre-order is also not required, so anybody with access to a PlayStation system may play Call of Duty: Vanguard from August 27 at 10 a.m. PT through August 29 at 10 a.m. PT.