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Who is Making Call of Duty: Vanguard?

Courtesy of Activison
Courtesy of Activison

Call of Duty: Vanguard is set to be the latest entry to the long and storied FPS franchise. Vanguard looks to once again throw players back in time to the WW2 era. The newly announced title is the next in a cycle of development teams in partnership with Activision that push these games out every year, but this year there are some extra components that have not been around in past titles.

Who is Making Call of Duty: Vanguard?

This coming fall, Sledgehammer Games will be making the main Call of Duty game. This will be the third game they have handled in the franchise, after creating the first jetpack game in Advanced Warfare. They also brought players back to boots on the ground in Call of Duty: WW2, and it now seems they will double dip in that era to create another game.

While the campaign and multiplayer will be handled by Sledgehammer, it seems the development of Warzone will stay with Raven Software, but the guns from the new game will once again be implemented into Warzone. Raven will handle Warzone for the foreseeable future and will continue to work with every games' developer to implement their games bit by bit into Warzone as long as it still is being updated.

A recent rumor implied that a zombies mode will be developed by Treyarch for Vanguard as well. Both previous SHG featured a zombies mode, but it seems Treyarch will take the lead.

High Moon Studios and Beenox are also working on Vanguard.

Call of Duty: Vanguard will be debuted during a Warzone live event on Aug. 19.