Call of Duty: Vanguard is set to release on 5th November, but don’t worry there will be various chances to get in on the action ahead of launch via betas, early access, and more.

New Gameplay Today is a series hosted by Game Informer where they believe it or not, share new gameplay of upcoming games. In this episode, they share gameplay of the much-anticipated Call of Duty: Vanguard. One thing to take away from the episode is the Patrol mode which functions as a high-intensity rendition of the classic Hardpoint mode where instead of the point moving from one static point to another it will be constantly rotating around the map without stopping. The capture point ‘Patrols’ around the map making for some interesting gameplay as one second it could be in a safe easily defendable location and the next an open street with no signs of cover. We think it’s a pretty neat take on an old school game mode which done right could be a huge success.

Other than the above you can expect the classic Call of Duty game modes but there is one other addition that really tailors your gaming experience. The new addition gives players the option to select their game speed. Combat pacing allows players to fine-tune their preferred game pace, slower gameplay in the form of Tactical, all-out kill fest with Blitz or the traditional Call of Duty experience with Assault. Factors that are taken into consideration are the number of players in the lobby, time to engagement and more. Your preferred style can be chosen via a simple tickbox you select before making heading into the core playlist options. It may seem like a small option but we believe it opens up a whole lot of variations in terms of playstyle.

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