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Will Call of Duty vanguard be on ps4?

Call of Duty: Vanguard will launch November 5 on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series S/X with full crossplay support, Activision announced Thursday. The new Call of Duty game will return to World War II, offering a single-player campaign, online multiplayer, and co-op Zombie modes. NDTVCall of Duty: Vanguard Release Date, India Price, Trailer Revealed

Will Call of Duty Vanguard have zombies?

Share this story During Thursday's announcement stream for Call of Duty: Vanguard, Activision revealed that the Sledgehammer-developed game will feature a Zombies mode made by Treyarch. Treyarch's latest Zombie content was for Black Ops Cold War, which it also developed. PolygonCall of Duty: Vanguard will have a Zombies mode, made by Treyarch

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How to pre-order Call of Duty: Vanguard | Digital Trends

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As is to be expected from a massive title like Call of Duty: Vanguard, Activision is offering the game in a few different editions that each offer their own bonuses at different price points. The one thing they all have in common, though, is that pre-ordering is the only way to get into the multiplayer beta for the game ahead of launch. For all the other details on what each edition is, how much they cost, and where you can buy them, we’ll give you all the details below.

Pre-orders for Call of Duty: Vanguard are up on the three major platform-exclusive storefronts, those being the PlayStation store, Xbox store, and on the PC through Battlenet. No matter what platform you are pre-ordering on, you will have the choice of three different editions, except PC only has two for reasons that will become obvious in a moment. For now, digitally pre-ordering is the only way to go, so you will either need to log into your account and go to your platform’s storefront on your PC, or into the store via the console itself to find the edition you want and pre-order there. Here’s how each edition breaks down.

This edition is available for all three platforms and is your most basic version of the game. It comes with a copy of Call of Duty: Vanguard, early access to the previously mentioned multiplayer beta, a Mastercraft Blueprint to use in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War and Warzone, the operator Arthur Kingsley to use in Cold War and Warzone, and the Frontline weapons pack. Bear in mind, however, that if you pick this edition on either PlayStation or Xbox, you will only get the last-gen version of the game, meaning PS4 or Xbox One. It will run you $60.

This edition is exclusive to PlayStation and Xbox players since, well, PC doesn’t really have multiple generations to pick from. Aside from all the perks of the Standard edition, this version gives you the option to play on either last- or current-gen systems, so PS4 and PS5 or Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S, as well as five hours of 2WXP to use. Like most current-gen games, it will set you back a bit more at $70.

Finally, we come to the big boy, the Ultimate edition. Naturally, you’ll get everything from the previous editions, including both gen versions if you’re on console, but two important extras. First is an extra five hours of 2XP, but also the Vanguard Battle Pass Bundle. While we don’t know exactly what this bundle will entail, for hardcore Call of Duty players, it will likely be worth the $100 to lock down.

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How to pre-order Call of Duty: Vanguard | Digital Trends

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As is to be expected from a massive title like Call of Duty: Vanguard, Activision is offering the game in a few different editions that each offer their own bonuses at different price points. The one thing they all have in common, though, is that pre-ordering is the only way to get into the multiplayer beta for the game ahead of launch. For all the other details on what each edition is, how much they cost, and where you can buy them, we’ll give you all the details below.

Pre-orders for Call of Duty: Vanguard are up on the three major platform-exclusive storefronts, those being the PlayStation store, Xbox store, and on the PC through Battlenet. No matter what platform you are pre-ordering on, you will have the choice of three different editions, except PC only has two for reasons that will become obvious in a moment. For now, digitally pre-ordering is the only way to go, so you will either need to log into your account and go to your platform’s storefront on your PC, or into the store via the console itself to find the edition you want and pre-order there. Here’s how each edition breaks down.

This edition is available for all three platforms and is your most basic version of the game. It comes with a copy of Call of Duty: Vanguard, early access to the previously mentioned multiplayer beta, a Mastercraft Blueprint to use in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War and Warzone, the operator Arthur Kingsley to use in Cold War and Warzone, and the Frontline weapons pack. Bear in mind, however, that if you pick this edition on either PlayStation or Xbox, you will only get the last-gen version of the game, meaning PS4 or Xbox One. It will run you $60.

This edition is exclusive to PlayStation and Xbox players since, well, PC doesn’t really have multiple generations to pick from. Aside from all the perks of the Standard edition, this version gives you the option to play on either last- or current-gen systems, so PS4 and PS5 or Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S, as well as five hours of 2WXP to use. Like most current-gen games, it will set you back a bit more at $70.

Finally, we come to the big boy, the Ultimate edition. Naturally, you’ll get everything from the previous editions, including both gen versions if you’re on console, but two important extras. First is an extra five hours of 2XP, but also the Vanguard Battle Pass Bundle. While we don’t know exactly what this bundle will entail, for hardcore Call of Duty players, it will likely be worth the $100 to lock down.

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