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Call of Duty: WWII Vanguard Won’t Release in 2021, According To COD Leaker

Call of Duty: WWII Vanguard may not see the light in 2021, according to a well-known COD leaker.

In March of 2020, Call of Duty players were surprised when Activision suddenly released a remastered of the 2009 classic, Modern Warfare 2. Users of the famous first-person shooter from Infinity Ward were able to relive the epic single-player campaign of one of the most beloved titles of the saga of all time.


However, 2021 may not see a new chapter in the franchise. According to some rumors, in fact, the much-rumored Call of Duty: WWII Vanguard will not be released in 2021.

While COD players around the world rejoiced that they tried Modern Warfare 2 on next-gen consoles, many wondered why multiplayer wasn’t included in the final package. Activision has never commented on the lack of multiplayer in the remastered, but many believe it is probably due to the choice not to divide the online community.

In 2021, many players are still torn between Modern Warfare, Warzone, and Black Ops Cold War. The addition of another multiplayer title would have done nothing but fragment the community of the much-appreciated video game saga even more.


However, in recent days some rumors have emerged regarding Call of Duty: WWII Vanguard, the next chapter of the saga, which according to an insider, today would be “a real disaster.”

Activision would have recently discussed the possibility of WWII Vanguard being postponed, and that Modern Warfare 2’s multiplayer mode is released in its place. This information comes from Tom Henderson, a popular industry leaker and insider who specializes in the news regarding COD and Battlefield.

However, the insider still expects Call of Duty: WWII Vanguard to be released as planned. We just have to wait for the official statements of Activision, to find out which Call of Duty will be released as the main chapter of the saga in 2021.