The launch of Call of Duty: Vanguard is right around the corner and the excitement from within the community is slowly beginning to build. Activision, Sledgehammer Games, and Raven Software recently revealed a roadmap detailing some of the content arriving soon after the game launches in November 5th. After two beta weekends that were open to all players, some optimistic players have been wondering whether the full release will be Free-to-Play.
While free-to-play shooters have been the norm for some time now, especially if they are battle royales, there’s a very good chance that Call of Duty: Vanguard will not be one of them due to the existence of Warzone, which Vanguard will directly integrate into shortly after the game launches.
Is Call of Duty: Vanguard Free-to-Play?
Considering how Warzone continues to be one of the most supported Free-to-Play games out there, it’s doubtful that Call of Duty: Vanguard will be available to everyone when there’s still so much money being made.
If Activision did make Call of Duty: Vanguard a Free-to-Play game, it could cause a huge split in the player base, similar to the launch of Infinite Warfare and Modern Warfare Remastered.
Warzone always integrates the latest Call of Duty game released if the past two years are anything to go by and we expect the same thing to happen when Call of Duty: Vanguard comes out, which will embed its entire weapon arsenal into the battle royale alongside a brand-new map set in the Pacific.
Fans are probably curious about what Call of Duty: Vanguard will be adding to Warzone, along with what it could remove, but there’s very little chance that it will become Free-to-Play, minus the occasional weekend trial or two.
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