Call of Duty: Vanguard, due out later this year, will reportedly feature WWII’s London Docks map as DLC content.
Call of Duty fans are still trying to find any information they can about CoD: Vanguard despite the fact that there are still a few months left of Black Ops Cold War.
Activision has not yet officially confirmed what will be coming later in the year, but leaks give players an idea. Sledgehammer and Treyarch are rumored to be co-developing a zombie mode for Warzone, which is said to be set during World War II.
At least up to this point, there has been little discussion of multiplayer. ‘TheMW2Ghost,’ an insider said that World War II’s London Docks map will appear in Vanguard, as will other “fan-favorite” maps from classic Call of Duty titles.
A popular map in WWII developed by Sledgehammer Games, London Docks was one of the most downloaded maps. Hardpoint, Capture the Flag, Search & Destroy were all played within its confines in competition, as it was a good map for pro players.
Docklands are a perfect match for the WWII aesthetic, an industrial area with the iconic Tower Bridge as a backdrop. No official announcement has been made about whether or not Sledgehammer intends to remake the map, but since many players loved it, we would be surprised if major changes were made.
According to TheMW2Ghost, the map won’t be included when the game launches, but it will be downloadable content for either season 1 or 2.
Additionally, theMW2Ghost said the game will feature World War II version of a fan-favorite map, but didn’t specify which one.
It is important to note that, as with any leak, this information should be taken with a pinch of salt, since Sledgehammer or Activision have not yet confirmed this information.