Call of Duty: Vanguard review has been released, although we don’t have a review of our own: We haven’t played yet, so once we finish the campaign and spend some meaningful time, look forward to seeing our verdict sometime next week Use new multiplayer games and zombie modes. This is the 18th game in the long-term shooting game series (or 19 if Warzone is included). It marks the return of the Second World War. Early signs indicate that another single-player campaign is in line with previous episodes. The gameplay is very similar, but it may not be as good.
exist IGN’s reviewsSimon Cardy scored 7 points for the event and wrote that “a highly polished event provides a lot of fun, even though its short length and lack of diversity make it a classic that it’s trying to emulate. War films are a far cry.” The influence of these films mainly comes from Tarantino’s “Inglourious Basterds”, although Cardi also mentioned the longest day and the thin red line.
PCGamesN Describe advertising campaigns as “muddy,” and the tone is usually less sensible compared to earlier marketing materials. at the same time, Dexter The evaluation of the single-player game story is very clear: “However, there is nothing beyond the limit here, and the story provided this time is one of the weaker entries in recent years.” Critic Brad Norton points out , The main characters are not particularly fulfilling, “There are no major story beats or shocking twists, you only need to witness any of these characters.” Game informant Consider the event “weak”, but praise the multiplayer and zombie components.
European playersWesley Yin-Poole seems to agree that Vanguard’s campaign is not one of the best ads in the series. He wrote that although it is commendable to “face the racism and prejudice of the times”, it “feels like a one-off”. However, according to the same review, the multiplayer game component shines because it is more similar to “Modern Warfare” and “War Zone”, and adds some destructible environmental elements.
Game pointPhil Hornshaw writes that the battle “does not really achieve the goal of making you feel like you are going through different aspects of World War II, or playing a role with specific skills.” It boils down to the battle. Another moderate reaction, although Hornshaw concluded that multiplayer games performed better-this is a very obvious pattern in these early reviews. He praised the destructible surface of multiplayer games, adding new “tactical options” to encounters, and new matching options.
In general, it doesn’t look like a Call of Duty that will surprise you, even though these things are calculated on an annual basis, so this may require too much. We will review next week, but at the same time you can read Morgan’s 69 points (not bad) Recalling the Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War. Will Pioneer be better?