Ahead of today’s reveal, a ‘Call of Duty: Vanguard Champion Hill’ alpha has been uploaded to the PlayStation Game Size, which tracks the size of games and DLC added to Modern Warzone subsequently said it had heard that Champion Hill could be a new game type similar to Apex Legends’ 3v3 Arenas mode, and that it may replace Gunfight, which has appeared in the last couple of Call of Duty games.
The new mode mixes Gunfight and battle royale elements, pitting three-player teams against each another in round-based gameplay to see who is the last of eight teams standing, it’s claimed.
Teams of three would randomly pair off against eight other same-sized squads, it’s claimed, with the last team standing the winner.
According to Modern announced Call of Duty: Vanguard with a teaser trailer on Monday. It previously confirmed plans to launch the new Call of Duty during the fourth quarter of 2021, with a November 5 release date hotly tipped.
Players who participate in Thursday’s Warzone event will be rewarded with in-game gear including new weapon and knife blueprints, a bike skin and a timepiece.
Warzone players will also earn double XP, double weapon XP, and double battle pass XP in the hour leading up to the Battle of Verdansk.