As is basically traditional at this point, we are already hearing lots of rumors about the 2022 Call of Duty title. But the 2021 Call of Duty is right around the corner with a return to World War 2 with Vanguard. The game promises the same set piece based campaign and multiplayer action that has made the franchise what it is, and is coming to most major platforms. That includes the PC, of course, and it seems they wanted to highlight a few things about it as we get close to release.
A new trailer was released to highlight the PC version. One of the big features is Ultrawide Support, something many big titles are embracing on PC now. It also mentions the ability of 4K graphics as long as you have the rig to get there, reduced input latency and various customization options for visuals that one would expect from the PC version of a major release. You can check out the full trailer below.
Call of Duty: Vanguard will release on November 5th for most major platforms. You can check out details on the game’s first season content plans through here.