Call of Duty: Vanguard’s Free Week gives you access to full multiplayer and Zombie modes, including newly released Soldiers of Fortune content. The update also includes a new gold-themed map – Fortune’s Keep, which replaces Rebirth Island’s map on a temporary rotation basis. Newly added maps like the USS Texas 1945, and the classic Shi Mo Numa map from 2008’s Call of Duty: World at War will also be available for free this week.
Another interesting area in Vanguard is the Blueprint Gun game mode, where players have to win while cycling 18 different weapons in free-for-all matches. Killing a player with your current weapon gives you the next weapon, while any milli (knife) kill will push your enemy to his rear shotgun.
Lastly, Zombies mode will be set to the Shi no Numa map aka Swamp of Death. Teams will be equipped with electric traps and wonder weapons that fire dangerous rounds to ward off the zombies. Call of Duty Zombies mode has always been designed for online co-op, so this week is a great opportunity to enjoy the mod.
While the original price of the most expensive edition of the game is over Rs 6,000, as of July 31, all editions of Call of Duty: Vanguard will be available as part of the Xbox Ultimate Game sale on the Microsoft Store with a 50 percent discount. Used to be. The game is even being sold with a discount during the PlayStation Summer Sale, where you can buy a cross-gen bundle for Rs 2,499.
At the same time, on Battle.net for PC, all editions of Call of Duty: Vanguard are available for half price until August 1. The Standard Edition is currently priced at $29.99 (approximately Rs. 2,400), while the Ultimate Edition is listed for $49.99 (approximately Rs. 4,000).