Will CoD Vanguard require PS Plus?
While we don't yet know much about Vanguard - Activision's big Vanguard reveal took place on August 16th and gave players the first opportunity to see the new game in action.
Assuming Vanguard has a single-player mode and assuming it's offline, you won't require a PS Plus subscription to play it.
PS Plus, and Xbox Live Gold, are only for online multiplayer or other online games. It's possible Activision is structuring Vanguard differently. Battlefield 2042 doesn't have a traditional campaign after all, but it'll still likely have some kind of single-player mode that won't require a subscription.
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Do I Need PS Plus To Play Call of Duty: Vanguard?
Of course, we'll update should the situation turn out to be different.
In July, the state of California sued Activision Blizzard for discrimination and harassment against employees. Numerous allegations emerged soon after from workers corroborating the initial accounts, while evidence of past workplace toxicity and abuse began surfacing online. Employees formed an informal organization and demanded a better response from management, though while some leading figures have departed in the scandal's wake, CEO Bobby Kotick has yet to formally acknowledge any of the allegations - including those from investors - and maintains wrongdoing will be investigated by third party group WilmerHale, a law firm known for anti-union activities.
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