Call Of Duty Vanguard Maps List: All Multiplayer Maps In Vanguard
Details on the Call of Duty Vanguard maps are starting to pour out. Call of Duty Vanguard will launch with 20 multiplayer maps, a huge step up from the mere ten maps released at the start of Black Ops Cold War. Below is a list of all of the Call of Duty Vanguard maps that we know about so far.
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Call Of Duty Vanguard Maps: Champion Hill Maps
Champion Hill, Vanguard’s new Gunfight/Battle Royale hybrid game mode, will have four playable maps on release. The designers tailored these maps specifically for Champion Hill. Champion Hill maps are much larger than their traditional multiplayer counterparts, which is why there will only be four of them.
As of now, the Champion Hill arena available in the Vanguard alpha is the only Champion Hill map we have any details on. This map is broken up into five sections, the Buy Station Area, Market, Airstrip, Courtyard, and Trainyard.
We should find out more on the remaining three Champion Hill maps as we get closer to the Call of Duty Vanguard release date.
Call Of Duty Vanguard Maps List: Multiplayer
Of the 20 total maps set to release with Call of Duty: Vanguard, 16 of them have been designed around the traditional multiplayer modes. This includes game modes such as Team Deathmatch, Domination, and Kill Confirmed.
So far, we know the details surrounding four of the traditional multiplayer Vanguard maps. These four maps will all be available in the Call of Duty Vanguard beta starting September 10 for PlayStation Early Access players.
Hotel Royal’s theme surrounds the liberation of Paris. The setting of this Vanguard map is the rooftop of a massive hotel. Battles on Hotel Royal will take place at night with air raid lights and fierce fires lighting the skies. Iconic monuments like the Eiffel Tower will be visible in the background. Hotel Royal will feature a three-lane layout, the classic Call of Duty map design adored by casuals and pros alike.
Gavutu is an island in Japan. This Vanguard map will present terrains such as caves, forests, oceans, and palm trees. A crashed naval landing craft in the middle of the island will serve as a major point of contention on the map.
Gavutu will likely introduce various forms of inclement weather, highlighting Call of Duty: Vanguard’s new reactive environments.
Red Star is a snow map based on the Battle of Stalingrad. This Vanguard map will feature classic Soviet aesthetic themes such as an urban plaza with a central fountain area. The enclosed portions of this map will be great for close-quarters combat while the surrounding buildings offer overlook positions for snipers.
The details of Eagle’s Nest are still under wraps. We know this Vanguard multiplayer map exists and we’ll learn more about it soon, however, Sledgehammer Games is saving it for the second week of the Vanguard beta.
Call Of Duty Vanguard Maps: Returning Classic Maps
As has become a tradition of the Call of Duty franchise, Vanguard will bring back some remastered versions of fan favourite maps. Players will be able to play multiplayer on some of the classic maps in the Call of Duty series.
Castle and Dome from Call of Duty: World at War are the two returning favourites that we know of so far. These two maps will not be available in the Vanguard beta. Players will need to wait for the official Call of Duty Vanguard release date to experience these revamped classics.
Castle is a medium-sized map located in Imperial Japan. The map has unique structures to fight in like the Dojo, Shrine, and Watchtower. The lack of symmetry on Castle makes it a one-of-a-kind multiplayer experience. The aesthetics of Castle are also some of the most beautiful of any Call of Duty map.
The Vanguard version of Castle has undergone some changes. For example, Vanguard’s destructive environments will allow players to destroy shoji screens.
The Dome multiplayer map from Call of Duty: World at War will also be making a return in Vanguard. This map is not to be confused with the Modern Warfare 3 map sharing the same name.
Dome is one of the smallest multiplayer maps in the Call of Duty series. The enclosed fighting area led to frantic combat beloved by fans of non-stop action. Like Castle, the Dome Vanguard map will not stay 100% true to the original, but it should still fulfil that nostalgic craving.
That concludes the list of all confirmed Call of Duty Vanguard maps. Jump into the Vanguard beta to test out these maps and equip your custom class with the best Call of Duty Vanguard perks. The more time you spend on these maps in the beta the better prepared you will be when Vanguard officially launches on November 5, 2021.
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