What War Is Call of Duty Vanguard Based On?

As the Black Ops Cold War cycle draws to a close, the Call of Duty community is eagerly awaiting the full release of Call of Duty: Vanguard, the 2021 instalment of the popular first-person shooter franchise. Sledgehammer Games unveiled a number of features, like a brand-new campaign, all-new Zombies experience, and multiplayer that's full of new innovations.

The players will have a tough time deciding which game mode to grind as the franchise is known to produce epic campaigns and multiplayer modes. While the devs are busy with optimising Vanguard ahead of its November 5th release, some members of the community are curious to find out where the game is set.

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What War Does Call of Duty Vanguard Take Place In?

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Vanguard will take players back to the era of World War II, focusing on the development of Special Forces across four different fronts of World War II. The story of the campaign is not meant to be a sequel to Call of Duty: WWII, released in 2016.

As seen in the trailer, the single-player campaign for the game will allow players to experience various scenarios from the perspective of four different soldiers: Sgt. Arthur Kingsley, of Britain’s 9th Parachute Battalion; Lt. Polina Petrova, of the Soviet 138th Rifle Division; Captain Wade Jackson, from the U.S.’s Scouting Squadron Six (Navy); and Second Lieutenant Lucas Riggs of Australia’s 20th Battalion.

Call of Duty Vanguard Campaign Story

As mentioned above, the Vanguard campaign evolves around Task Force One, an early iteration of a Special Forces unit tasked with the objective of preventing another Nazi uprising in the form of Operation Phoenix. For more campaign intel, check out our dedicated hub containing everything you need to know.

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